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  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from oldguy)

    Your post is a nonsense. Rossi started his suit without Ip but with initial IH payment. After the suit (and thanks to it) he obtained Ip and IH renounced to take back the payment...

    What can we say? I would say that Rossi has…
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from woodworker)

    I don't agree with you. Rossi obtained his IP. This was his main goal. He has not to restitute the first payment he received. It's clear this settlement was an amazing victory, giving the fact that the IP value is far bigger than…
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Maybe your knowledge of Italian is not as good as you think ;-)
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Your are lucky you are posting in USA. If you were in Italy, your post would be enough for a criminal charge for defamation (in Italy defamation is both a tort and a crime) 😉 You speech is full of violence.
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    (Quote from ZenoOfElea)

    I don't think it's possible for them to bump casually into a working LENR device, at least if we talk about inventors belonging to their portfolio. What can happen is that from that group comes out a reactor strangely much like…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Poor IH .... how much money spent to defend themselves from Rossi! Of course they will need so much liquidity for the upcoming Orders and for the next SEC control .... ops, what a fool I am ..... I forgot that they would just…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    Do not confuse things ... In the past, Rossi has had problems with the law but only because he had been wrongfully accused, and in fact he was acquitted. This time he has sued, and if he did, he knew he had good reasons. Much of the…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    Rossi never asked for money to any of the people who made an advance order for his E-Cat. IH paid for the IP and got it. Nobody still knows who it belongs to now, but anyone who owns it has certainly bought it.Yours are as usual…
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from oldguy)

    (Quote from andrea.s)



    The only losers are the patoskeptics that had vomited hate and insults against Rossi. I think that he never hoped to get the full payment. Even an agreement lake that is a big victory for him. He was against…
  • Italianlawyer

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    That is for sure a victory for Rossi, but not a victory for LENR, because all the questions remain open!
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from interested observer)

    That's not a double standard.

    It's legal reasoning.

    Rossi loses if he is not able to prove his test complied with the contract signed. This means that (despite the functioning of the machine) if the procedure used by…
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from MikeDunford)

    You are just oversimplifying. Adversial trials are the norm in Italy... with few exceptions (labor trials, family trials and administrative trials). Yes, a judge in a Italian civil trial can choose an expert "ex officio" (by…
  • Italianlawyer

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    (Quote from woodworker)

    Dear Colleague,
    I respectfully don't agree with you. If Rossi loses this case, for sure we can't affirm his machine doesn't work. But if wins, it means that the Erv report is "real", not "fake". A real erv report with high cop…