Monthly Archives: May 2013
Here’s our email exchange (link is back up!). Love the vocabulary though. So far, some good words I learned:
I promised to write a blog post about what was supposed to be our shareholder meeting. So here it goes: the meeting didn’t happen. Or rather, Fitzpatrick and Myers from Davis Malm showed up and made for an awesome movie scene that is Facebook + Tarantino – blood & cussing. Cast:
Bernstein – wearing all black, clean, composed, careful not to come across as hostile in any way, but firm.
Tail end of the hearing, approximate conversation:
Judge: Any progress on mediation? Seems like other judges have recommended that you mediate.
Nikita: I would welcome mediation.
Fitzpatrick: No, Your Honor. In my personal opinion, Nikita can’t be mediated with. He just threatens. Look at all he’s done [the usual anti-Bernstein drivel].
Nikita: Your Honor, Moshe isn’t the easiest person to work with, and I am sure I’m no walk in the park either, but we’ve built a 5MM business somehow and didn’t kill each other.. so… seriously?
Judge: (to Fitzpatrick) Seems like he isn’t going away, being a 30% shareholder. And, as you see, he learns.
The hearing for my lawsuit with Moshe regarding access to books and records of the Corporation will be on May 29th, 2013 at 2pm in room 610 at the Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn. For those interested, the docket number is MICV2012-03183C, although I doubt that it will be available to the public before the hearing, since the judge may have the docket for review. If you’d like access, just ping me and I’ll make the documents available.
Anyway, let’s give this a shot in the spirit of fighting commentators. The following is to be read out loud… fast… with expression:
So, as some of you know, I am litigating with my business partners at JoVE, which recently almost lead to my being jailed. So I think I am going to start writing about my experience in a bit greater detail and how it affected me.
And I am also taking this opportunity to “soft-launch” www.Wiki-Law.com.
So, some things I’ve learned: