You wrote "I had hoped that the end of litigation would produce financials and a new stock listing but the proposed order presumably prepared by Eugene Licker of Loeb & Loeb and Del. Lawyers representing CBEH, contains extremely oppressive wording. The order prevents any future actions by shareholders and if CBEH remains dark, we have no rights." I do not understand any of that.
What magical force did you expect would produce financial and a new stock listing at the end of litigation? The end of litigation could potentially provide a point to move forward from, but it certainly is not a fix all point in time.
What extremely oppressive wording are you talking about specifically? This all seems like standard cover-their-a**es legalese to me. I do not follow your claim that the order prevents any future action by shareholders. Of course you cannot go after CBEH over the same claims that have been settled, but that is normal. If you wanted more from the original claims, you should have joined the plaintiffs.
I don't know what rights the shareholders currently have to rectify the situation, but I do not see how the order lessens them in any way.