Home > Boards > US OTC > Computers - Software > T M M Inc (TMMI)

How about relitigating the case in California where

Public Reply | Private Reply | Keep | Last ReadPost New MsgNext 10 | Previous | Next
Ghost_of_TMMI Member Profile
 
Followed By 0
Posts 21
Boards Moderated 0
Alias Born 09/28/19
160x600 placeholder
Ghost_of_TMMI   Monday, 09/30/19 10:39:46 PM
Re: Shadow Stevens post# 35979
Post # of 36005 
How about relitigating the case in California where merger laws are more strict? DFI never legally merged with DFMI. Under California law DFI still owns the restricted "PVS/SGI Source Code License". Before you guys keep high-fiving each other do you understand the contents and limitations of the "PVS/SGI Source Code License" you so highly value? Dimension can not make any claims against TMMI's VDK2.1 license from 1994, its a totally separate issue. The DFMI separatists sure got schooled in 2000, they should have stuck with DFI and received their TMMI shares when the dust settled. That's what greed does to people. The funny things is, they still haven't figured it out after all these years what they think they have is virtually worthless. Their prized "PVS/SGI Source Code License" has become nothing more than a weapon for waging a war of extortion.

4,000,000,000 TMMI shares for a $54,000 debt? Someone has been whiffing too much laughing gas.

Public Reply | Private Reply | Keep | Last ReadPost New MsgNext 10 | Previous | Next
Follow Board Follow Board Keyboard Shortcuts Report TOS Violation
X
Current Price
Change
Volume
Detailed Quote - Discussion Board
Intraday Chart
+/- to Watchlist