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To: wallstreetbull who wrote (25905)1/26/2019 8:51:52 PM
From: N. Dixon
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Like I said, this is his job. Let the Wilkins gang have their "lonely hearts club." Not worth getting involved with. They've just doubled their bet against REFR.

Desperate.

ND

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To: N. Dixon who wrote (25906)1/26/2019 9:55:36 PM
From: herewecome2001
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remember, SPD whatever that is. lol

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To: N. Dixon who wrote (25906)1/27/2019 12:00:00 AM
From: wallstreetbull
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I am headed for a 10 day vacation on Monday so I doubt I ll be posting here for the next weeks.

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To: N. Dixon who wrote (25895)1/27/2019 2:19:39 PM
From: JubilationT
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Will you explain how RFI has been able to stays ahead on their the expiring patents?

Are they the ones who have developed the progressive generations of their technology and have included some type of clause in the license agreement that covers them for years to come, perhaps?

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To: JubilationT who wrote (25909)1/27/2019 2:34:43 PM
From: wallstreetbull
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Nancy,

I would like to know how the shorts claim this is a worthless product and worthless patents but somehow everyone is going to be fighting over patents in the future. lol

I would like to know what Gauzy invested all the money in REFR and why sign a license with a worthless patents company. lol I bet the shorts probably think they read this board and they took your advice to do so without Gauzy doing their due diligence. You were right its pointless to have a discussion with them as they just keep coming up with new crap and drawing new lines in the sand.

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To: JubilationT who wrote (25909)1/27/2019 2:44:19 PM
From: tinknocker
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I seem to recall something like that, yes. any improvements to the patents would have to include RFI.
But that was a long time ago so my memories of the details are vague. My concerns at the time were that a licensee would steal the patents by improvements ( like Sony, but they werent a licensee )
Herewecome or Dimtint might have a better recollection.

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To: tinknocker who wrote (25911)1/27/2019 4:53:03 PM
From: herewecome2001
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Their argument is weak.Correct me if IM wrong, but isn't Joe a patent attorney?

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To: herewecome2001 who wrote (25912)1/27/2019 5:19:06 PM
From: N. Dixon
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They're just throwing mud to see if it sticks. He's said several times that the old patents are for an SPD that is significantly inferior to the latest generation.
Anyone wanting to verify this can email him Harary@smartglass.com

Yes Joe was REFR's patent attorney before joining the company.

His full bio
Mr. Harary’s corporate law practice emphasized technology, licensing, mergers and acquistions, securities law, and intellectual property at three prestigious New York law firms. Mr. Harary graduated Summa Cum Laude from Columbia College with an A. B. degree in economics and received a Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar as well as an editor of the Columbia Law Review

For those who may not know, "intellectual property" is patents.

For those who may not know, Columbia Law School is ranked 4th among the top 50 law schools, behind 1) Yale 2) Harvard 3) Stanford and tied with University of Chicago for 4th.

He could be making millions per year as a partner in the prestigious top New York law firm he left to work for Research Frontiers.

Columbia was first in income earned on last year's Forbes list, beating out Harvard, Stanford, Yale and all the other top schools.

So much for Joe's salary at REFR being exorbitant.
ND

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To: N. Dixon who wrote (25913)1/27/2019 6:02:26 PM
From: firstresponder
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They're just throwing mud to see if it sticks. He's said several times that the old patents are for an SPD that is significantly inferior to the latest generation
In the U.S., utility patents expire 20 years from the date of filing. Anyone that finds a use for SPD as it existed at that time is free to do so,

They're also free to make improvements, as long as those improvements don't infringe on any of the improvements made during the patent's life by RFI or any of its licensees. Particles, emulsion or film.

That, I assume, means taking on at least Hitachi and Gauzy. In addition to RFI.

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To: wallstreetbull who wrote (25910)1/27/2019 8:54:26 PM
From: JubilationT
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And I'm certainly happy that E-Ink didn't ask for compensation.

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