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    Googlestoleourpatent
    Remember we just collaborated with these guys and Violin at supercomputing 2020 last week. Good stuff coming IMO!! Great time to be a netlister :)

    Celestica International LP
    Wed, November 25, 2020, 10:45 PM GMT+1
    TORONTO, Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Celestica Inc. (NYSE: CLS)(TSX: CLS), a leader in design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions for the world's most innovative companies, today announced it will hold an analyst and investor meeting on December 2 at 4:00pm ET. During the meeting, Celestica’s management will provide an overview of Celestica’s Joint Design and Manufacturing business, and will reaffirm Q4 2020 guidance and outline near-term expectations.

    To participate in the conference call in listen-only mode, please dial (647) 788-4919 or 1 (877) 291-4570. To ensure your participation, please call in approximately ten minutes prior to the scheduled start of the call. Analysts will have the opportunity for a Q&A with speakers following the formal remarks.

    A webcast is also available at:
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    A recorded webcast will be available approximately two hours after completion of the call for 12 months. To access the recorded webcast visit www.celestica.com.
    Celestica JDM Roundtable / Celestica Analyst and Investor Meeting
    onlinexperiences.com
    Bullish
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    Scarleon
    Full confirmation GOOG did not appeal to SCOTUS in the joint status filing for NLST v INPHI today.
    "The period to appeal the Federal Circuit’s decision has expired. The proceeding will now return to the Patent Office for termination of the reexamination consistent with the Federal Circuit’s final decision. "

    **BOOM**
    Bullish
  • W
    Wesley
    This is the ideal time for settlement for both parties. Netlist would surely win at District Court & with treble damages. Also could be bad for reputation Google. As soon as they know they didn't file Netlist should go for settlement of $10billion + royalties.
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    Giants
    The great Facts:”For ten years Netlist has steadfastly opposed Google's misguided campaign to invalidate the ‘912 patent," said Netlist's CEO, C.K. Hong. "We are very pleased that in the end the appellate court made it clear that the claims of this seminal patent are indeed valid and in so doing, further vindicate our decade-long defense of the company's strategic intellectual property. We will now move to lift the stay in the patent infringement lawsuit against Google in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of CA., in order to recover current and past damages related to the ‘912 patent."
  • A
    Aladdin
    Here's the thing, you wont know on either side, until its too late, up or down.

    If you believe the way the courts rule in this saga, i'd rather be in and wait. This is a haymaker (in a good way) and accumulate is the way to go
    Bullish
  • j
    jimdavist
    In a reexamination proceeding when the time for appeal has expired or any appeal proceedings has terminated, the director will issue and publish a certificate canceling any claim of the patent finally determined to be unpatentable, confirming any claim the patent determined to be patentable, and incorporating in the patent any proposed amended or new claim determined to be patentable.
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    Giants
    The Facts:”For ten years Netlist has steadfastly opposed Google's misguided campaign to invalidate the ‘912 patent," said Netlist's CEO, C.K. Hong. "We are very pleased that in the end the appellate court made it clear that the claims of this seminal patent are indeed valid and in so doing, further vindicate our decade-long defense of the company's strategic intellectual property. We will now move to lift the stay in the patent infringement lawsuit against Google in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of CA., in order to recover current and past damages related to the ‘912 patent."
  • T
    Tom
    Here is what is certain about Netlist:
    Netlist demonstrated in court 11 years ago that GOOGLE INFRINGED.
    Google WAS GRANTED A STAY to challenge Netlist's patent validity.
    Netlist PREVAILED IN COURT against Google's surrogates that claimed Netlist's patent.
    Netlist WON GOOGLE'S FINAL APPEAL on June 15th, 2020.
    Google DID NOT APPEAL THIS RULING TO SCOTUS.
    The USPTO WILL issue a reexamination certificate.
    The stay WILL be lifted.
    DAMAGES WILL be awarded to Netlist.
    To Google's dismay Netlist has managed to remain in business all this time.
    None of this is conjecture.
    Google has employed message board bashers for 11 years, all of whom I have muted.
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    jimdavist
    Ex parte reexamination can have several drawbacks for the third-party requester that should be clearly understood and considered before filing for an ex parte examination.

    Third-party requesters cannot take part in the proceedings once the initial request has been made.
    Third-party requesters can't appeal any decisions that the patent claims are patentable prior to issuance of a reexamination certificate.
    A third-party requester can't stop the issuance of a reexamination certificate that determines certain claims patentable.
    A third-party requester can't stop a patent owner from amending the existing claims or adding claims of the same scope to make their claim stronger.
    The third-party requester can't stop a broadened reissue from being filed by the patent owner and having the ex parte reexamination proceeding merge with the new application.
    Third-party requesters can't stop ex parte interviews from the examiner and patent owner, nor can they take part in the interviews.
    A reexamination certificate may be issued, meaning that the original patent will have gone through two USPTO decisions. This will make that patent even more valid.
  • j
    jimdavist
    We would be served well to get an update.
  • B
    Bill
    I think I know why the stock price isn't moving up? It's waiting for me to buy more cheap shares!? ;-) Patience has always been needed on this one..any longs know that!! 2021 WILL be our year..so if you want your payday...JUST HOLD!
  • E
    Ethan
    Im always fascinated by the efforts of people who come here everyday just to shun everyone that buys into it. Such a waste of energy. Neither google or netlist has any concern with a yahoo finance message board. Let people be.
  • j
    jimdavist
    What Is Ex Parte Reexamination?
    Ex parte reexamination is a tool that allows a patent owner or a third party to lodge a request for the United States Patent Office (USPTO) to reexamine an already-granted patent based on other patents and publications that they bring to the USPTO's attention.

    An ex parte reexamination can be requested at any time during the enforceability of the patent. The requester needs to establish that the prior art creates a substantial and new question of patentability (SNQ). The reexamination is conducted in front of a panel of three experienced examiners within a specialized unit of the USPTO called the central reexamination unit (CRU).

    Ex parte reexamination proceedings involve only the patent owner and the USPTO. After the request is filed, the third-party requester is removed from further involvement unless the patent owner files a statement seeking to rebut their assertions.

    Requests for continued examination (RCEs) are not available in ex parte reexamination proceedings. No legal estoppel is created by an ex parte reexamination proceeding.
  • S
    Sidney
    It is obvious by now that Google has not appealed to SCOTUS. It's been 2 weeks since the deadline passed. Google can either settle or get slammed with a huge judgment in court and then appeal that judgment.
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    Matt
    Stock price is updated on the OG room on Stocktwits
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    Jad
    Their investor relation name is Mike Smargiassi and he replied: "Netlist believes Google has not appealed.

    On Netlist's second and third quarter call Netlist noted it expects the reexamination certificate for the 912 will be issued several months after the November expiration of Google’s appeal period to the United States Supreme Court. There is no set time frame for the US Patent Office to issue the reexamination certificate, but Netlist noted several months as their best estimate. It may be shorter or it maybe longer.

    After the reexamination certificate is issued then Netlist will ask the court to remove the stay. Once the stay is lifted, resumption of the case would be subject to the courts schedule. Netlist is not providing specific timing in regards to when the case may resume"
    Bullish
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    Giants
    BUY now. Volume is going to be out of control. Very soon!
    "For ten years Netlist has steadfastly opposed Google's misguided campaign to invalidate the ‘912 patent," said Netlist's CEO, C.K. Hong. "We are very pleased that in the end the appellate court made it clear that the claims of this seminal patent are indeed valid and in so doing, further vindicate our decade-long defense of the company's strategic intellectual property. We will now move to lift the stay in the patent infringement lawsuit against Google in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of CA., in order to recover current and past damages related to the ‘912 patent."
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    Giants
    Facts:”For ten years Netlist has steadfastly opposed Google's misguided campaign to invalidate the ‘912 patent," said Netlist's CEO, C.K. Hong. "We are very pleased that in the end the appellate court made it clear that the claims of this seminal patent are indeed valid and in so doing, further vindicate our decade-long defense of the company's strategic intellectual property. We will now move to lift the stay in the patent infringement lawsuit against Google in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of CA., in order to recover current and past damages related to the ‘912 patent."
  • T
    Tate
    You know what’s funny? Even with 5 dedicated bashers I haven’t heard one realistic thing to be scared of? No scenario where Netlist doesn’t receive some form of compensation?
  • W
    Wesley
    What are all these greedy posters talking about settlement $600 million to $1billion max filthy google employees sellouts. The company's top shareholders are 2 guys that have $70billion in googl shares both. & we should be happy to split 1/100th on many Netlist shareholders. We want $15billion.