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WARNING!! DANGER WILL ROBINSON!!!  INVENTOR CAR BOMBED IRAQI STYLE

           

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NOTE THAT INVENTOR BERNSTEIN'S MINIVAN WAS BLOWN UP WITH A BOMB ACCORDING TO FIRE INVESTIGATOR RICK LEE OF THE BOYNTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT.  SO POWERFUL IT BLEW UP THE CARS NEXT TO IT.

            

NOTE - THAT IS WHERE THE KIDS WOULD HAVE BEEN SITTING ONLY A FEW HOURS LATER

 

TRY VIEWING THE CAR BOMB IMAGES WITH IVIEWIT ZOOM TECHNOLOGY ~ Click Here


WARNING!
TO THOSE INTERESTED OR THINKING OF BECOMING INVOLVED IN THE IVIEWIT CRIMES ~ WITH THE BOMBING OF THE INVENTORS CAR, THE CHARGES FOR THE HEREIN DESCRIBED STATE, FEDERAL AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMES FOR BOTH PERPETRATORS AND ACCOMPLICES REGARDING THE PATENT THEFTS AND VIOLATIONS OF PUBLIC OFFICES, HAVE NOW ELEVATED TO
ATTEMPTED MURDER and according to Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin the Case is about MURDER!!!

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Breaking News

INDICTMENTS COMING! US Senator John Sampson Former Head of the New York Democratic Party and Chairman of the New York Senate Judiciary Committee was Threatened & Bribed to Cover Up NY & Federal Corruption!!

UPDATE - INDICTMENTS COMING : Iviewit Breaking News: NY Supreme Court Ethics Oversight Bosses Alleged MISUSE of Joint Terrorism Task Force Resources & Funds & Violations of Patriot Acts Against Civilian Targets for Personal Gain… US Senator John Sampson Threatened & Bribed to Cover Up NY & Federal Corruption!!

http://www.free-press-release.com/news-iviewit-breaking-indictments-coming-us-senator-john-sampson-threatened-bribed-to-cover-up-ny-federal-corruption-1369140092.html

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Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Expose Corrupt Courts

Insider Says NY State Officials Briefed on Judicial Corruption Indictments

BREAKING NEWS:  A New York State Court administrative insider says that top state officials have been briefed by the feds on pending federal corruption indictments that will include New York state court employees....

And late this morning, a Washington, D.C. source confirmed the information, adding that the target of one federal corruption indictment will include at least one sitting New York State judge and other  individuals- all with ties to major banks.......

http://exposecorruptcourts.blogspot.com/2013/05/insider-says-ny-state-officials-briefed.html

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UPDATE: SENATOR JOHN SAMPSON, FORMER NEW YORK SENATE JUDICIARY CHAIR THREATENED AND BRIBED TO COVER UP OFFICIAL CORRUPTION

 FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2013

 Washington, D.C. Insider Says Senator John Sampson Covered-Up Court Corruption

BREAKING NEWS: Washington, D.C. insider says NYS Senator John Sampson covered-up evidence of widespread corruption in New York Surrogate's Courts. 

Source says Sampson was first threatened, but then successfully bribed, to bury evidence involving countless state and federal crimes involving billions of dollars.

Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, White Plains, Brooklyn and Manhattan Surrogate's Courts are said to top the list of areas involved.

It was revealed on Wednesday that a New York State Court administrative insider said that top state officials had been briefed by the feds on pending federal corruption indictments that would include employees of New York's Office of Court Administration (a/ka/ "OCA"). Most court employees, including judges, are employed by OCA. 

It was further confirmed by the Washington, D.C. source that judges, with ties to banks, would be among those charged.

http://ethicsgate.blogspot.com/2013/05/washington-dc-insider-says-senator-john.html

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Iviewit Breaking News: NY Supreme Court Ethics Oversight Bosses Alleged MISUSE of Joint Terrorism Task Force Resources & Funds & Violations of Patriot Acts Against Civilian Targets for Personal Gain..

May 14,2013

See Full Story at:

 http://www.free-press-release.com/news-iviewit-breaking-news-ny-supreme-court-ethics-oversight-bosses-alleged-misuse-of-joint-terrorism-task-force-resources-funds-violations-of-patriot-1368533731.html

and

http://ethicsgate.blogspot.com/2013/04/formal-complaint-filed-against-nys.html

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FORMAL COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST NYS EMPLOYEES FOR ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING...THE WIDESPREAD ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING INCLUDED TARGETED NEW YORK STATE JUDGES AND ATTORNEYS.....

http://ethicsgate.blogspot.com/2013/04/formal-complaint-filed-against-nys.html

SELECT QUOTES FROM THAT NEWS STORY

April 3, 2013

 

Robert Moossy, Jr., Section Chief
Criminal Section, Civil Rights Division
US Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530

RE: FORMAL COMPLAINT AGAINST NEW YORK STATE EMPLOYEES INVOLVING CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATIONS, INCLUDING WIDESPREAD ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING

Dear Mr. Moossy,

At some point in time shortly after 9/11, and by methods not addressed here, these individuals improperly utilized access to, and devices of, the lawful operations of the Joint Terrorism Task Force (the JTTF). These individuals completely violated the provisions of FISA, ECPA and the Patriot Act for their own personal and political agendas. Specifically, these NY state employees essentially commenced black bag operations, including illegal wiretapping, against whomever they chose- and without legitimate or lawful purpose.

This complaint concerns the illegal use and abuse of such lawful operations for personal and political gain, and all such activity while acting under the color of law. This un-checked access to highly-skilled operatives found undeserving protection for some connected wrong-doers, and the complete destruction of others- on a whim, including the pre-prosecution priming of falsehoods (set-ups). The aftermath of such abuse for such an extended period of time is staggering.

It is believed that most of the 1.5 million-plus items in evidence now under seal in Federal District Court for the Eastern District of New York, case #09cr405 (EDNY) supports the fact, over a ten-year-plus period of time, of the illegal wiretapping of New York State judges, attorneys, and related targets, as directed by state employees.

One sworn affidavit, by an attorney, confirms the various illegal activity of Manhattan's attorney ethics committee, the Departmental Disciplinary Committee (the DDC), which includes allowing cover law firm operations to engage in the practice of law without a law license. Specifically, evidence (attorney affidavits, etc.) supports the claim that Naomi Goldstein, and other DDC employees supervised the protection of the unlicensed practice of law. The evidence also shows that Ms. Goldstein knowingly permitted the unlicensed practice of law, over a five-year-plus period of time, for the purpose of gaining access to, and information from, hundreds of litigants.

Evidence also supports the widespread illegal use of black bag operations by the NYS employees for a wide-range of objectives: to target or protect a certain judge or attorney, to set-up anyone who had been deemed to be a target, or to simply achieve a certain goal. The illegal activity is believed to not only have involved attorneys and judges throughout all of the New York State, including all 4 court-designated ethics departments, but also in matters beyond the borders of New York.

The set-up of numerous individuals for an alleged plot to bomb a Riverdale, NY Synagogue. These individuals are currently incarcerated. The trial judge, U.S. District Court Judge Colleen McMahon, who publicly expressed concerns over the case, saying, I have never heard anything like the facts of this case. I don't think any other judge has ever heard anything like the facts of this case. (2nd Circuit 11cr2763).

The concerted effort to fix numerous cases where confirmed associates of organized crime had made physical threats upon litigants and/or witnesses, and/or had financial interests in the outcome of certain court cases.

The judicial and attorney protection/operations, to gain control, of the $250 million-plus Thomas Carvel estate matters, and the pre-prosecution priming of the $150 million-plus Brooke Astor estate.

The wire-tapping and ISP capture, etc., of DDC attorney, Christine C. Anderson, who had filed a lawsuit after being assaulted by a supervisor, Sherry Cohen, and after complaining that certain evidence in ethics case files had been improperly destroyed. (See SDNY case #07cv9599 - Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin, U.S.D.J.)

The eToys litigation and bankruptcy, and associates of Marc Dreir, involving over $500 million and the protection by the DDC of certain attorneys, one who was found to have lied to a federal judge over 15 times.

The set-up and chilling of effective legal counsel of a disabled woman by a powerful CEO and his law firms, resulting in her having no contact with her children for over 6 years.

The wrongful detention for 4 years, prompted by influential NY law firms, of an early whistleblower of the massive Wall Street financial irregularities involving Bear Sterns and where protected attorney-client conversations were recorded and distributed.

The blocking of attorney accountability in the $1.25 billion Swiss Bank Holocaust Survivor settlement where one involved NY admitted attorney was ultimately disbarred- in New Jersey. Only then, and after 10 years, did the DDC follow with disbarment. Gizella Weisshaus v. Fagan.

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NY Supreme Court Bosses Illegally Wiretapping Judges Chambers & Homes. Christine Anderson Whistleblower illegally targeted for 24/7/365 surveillance in related case to Iviewit Eliot Bernstein RICO...

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

(Free-Press-Release.com) May 14, 2013 -- According to news reports, yes, the heads of the NY Supreme Court Ethics Department have been accused of derailing Justice by targeting victims and misusing Government Resources against private citizens with no other motive then Obstruction of Justice in court and regulatory actions against them or their cronies.

World Renowned Inventor Eliot Bernstein files NEW RICO RELATED CRIMINAL ALLEGATIONS against Law Firms Proskauer Rose, Foley & Lardner, Greenberg Traurig and more. Allegations that Bernstein was a target of these criminals cloaked as ATTORNEY AT LAW ETHICS BOSSES at the NY Supreme Court were presented to Federal Judge Shira A. Scheindlin. That evidence was presented that Bernstein's father may have been a target and murdered for his efforts to notify the authorities and more!!!

READ ALL ABOUT IT @

http://www.iviewit.tv/CompanyDocs/United%20States%20District%20Court%20Southern%20District%20NY/20130512%20FINAL%20Motion%20to%20Rehear%20and%20Reopen%20Obstruction%20of%20Justice165555%20WITH%20EXHIBITS.pdf

PREVIOUS PRESS RELEASES RELATING TO JUDGES ILLEGALLY WIRETAPPED

That on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, ECC released the story,

ETHICSGATE UPDATE FAXED TO EVERY U.S. SENATOR THE ULTIMATE VIOLATION OF TRUST IS THE CORRUPTION OF ETHICS OVERSIGHT EXCLUSIVE UPDATE:

http://exposecorruptcourts.blogspot.com/2013/02/ethicsgate-update-faxed-to-every-us.html

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IVIEWIT LETTER TO US DOJ OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL MICHAEL E. HOROWITZ

http://www.iviewit.tv/CompanyDocs/United%20States%20District%20Court%20Southern%20District%20NY/20130520%20FINAL%20Michael%20Horowitz%20Inspector%20General%20Department%20of%20Justice%20SIGNED%20PRINTED%20EMAIL.pdf

IVIEWIT RICO MOTION FOR CLARIFICATION:

http://www.iviewit.tv/CompanyDocs/United%20States%20District%20Court%20Southern%20District%20NY/20130513%20FINAL%20Motion%20for%20Clarification%20of%20Order174604%20WITH%20NO%20EXHIBITS.pdf

Investigative Blogger Crystal Cox Sues Forbes and the New York Times for Defamation. March 6, 2013

http://www.free-press-release.com/news-investigative-blogger-crystal-cox-sues-forbes-and-the-new-york-times-for-defamation-1362547010.html

COURT CASES OF INTEREST

COX VS. RANDAZZA, ET AL. “ NEVADA RICO CASE NO. 2:13-CV-00297-JCM-VCF CHANGED TO 2:13-CV-00297 JCM (NJK) CHANGED TO 2:13-CV-00297 MMD-VCF

OBSIDIAN FINANCE GROUP, LLC ET AL. V. COX CASE NO. 3:11-CV-00057-HZ (Famed First Amendment Rights Attorney at Law and Professor, Eugene Volokh, Esq., Professor at UCLA School of Law is representing Cox on Appeal)

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The Beginning of the End ~ New York Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings

September 24, 2009 - Second Hearing

Public Hearing: Standing Committee On The Judiciary New York Senate Judiciary Committee John L. Sampson Chairman

SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

SUBJECT:     The Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, the grievance committees of the various Judicial Districts and the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct

PURPOSE:    This hearing will review the mission, procedures and level of public satisfaction with the Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, the grievance committees of the various Judicial Districts as well as the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct

ORAL TESTIMONY BY:

Witness List for Judiciary Hearing 9/24/09 The Judicial & Attorney Disciplinary Process in the State of New York

  1. Richard Kuse of New City, NY
  2. Victor Kovner of the Fund for Modem Courts
  3. Douglas Higbee of Mamaroneck, NY
  4. Judith Herskowitz of Miami Beach, FL
  5. Peter Gonzalez of Troy, NY
  6. Andrea Wilkinson of Rensselaer, NY
  7. Maria Gkanios of Mahopac, NY
  8. Dominic Lieto of Mahopac, NY
  9. Regina Felton Esq of Brooklyn, NY
  10. Kathryn Malarkey of Purchase, NY
  11. Nora Renzuli, Esq. of Staten Island, NY
  12. Stephanie Klein of Long Beach, NY
  13. Ike Aruti of Rosedale, NY
  14. Terrence Finnan of Keene, NY
  15. Gizella Weisshaus, NY
  16. Eliot I. Bernstein of Boca Raton, FL
  17. Suzanne McCormick & Patrick Handley of NY

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court is the entity that is legally responsible for enforcing the Rules of Professional Conduct governing the conduct of attorneys in New York State. The Appellate Division Departments have created grievance committees that are charged with the investigation of complaints against attorneys. Within the First Judicial Department the Departmental Disciplinary Committee of the Appellate Division investigates complaints against attorneys. The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct was created by the State Constitution and is charged with investigating complaints against Judges and Justices of the Unified Court System.

According to the 2009 Report of the Commission on Judicial Conduct, there were 1,923 complaints filed in 2008. Yet of these complaints only 262 were investigated and of those, 173 were dismissed. This hearing will examine the processes and procedures that are followed by the various agencies charged with the responsibility of enforcing the rules and regulations that must be followed by the Judiciary and the Bar in the State of New York. It will also evaluate public satisfaction with the disciplinary process.

ELIOT BERNSTEIN NEW YORK SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HEARING TESTIMONY PART 1 of 2

 

ELIOT BERNSTEIN NEW YORK SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HEARING TESTIMONY PART 2 of 2

 

 

Eliot Bernstein Testimony at NY Judiciary Committee Hearing ~ Real Player Clip - Download

 

Christine C. Anderson Testimony at NY Judiciary Committee ~ Real Player Clip - Download

Testimony of Eliot Bernstein @ 4.02.08 in this resurfaced video of the entire NY Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings, also @

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knQLll5hmjs&feature=player_embedded

Hand Held Video of Eliot only Testimony Backup

The Lawsuit All Starts with A Whistleblower Complaint and Iviewit is Marked Legally Related to that Case by Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin.  In the following video of a June 08, 2009 Judiciary Committee Hearing in New York, Christine C. Anderson (my hero) gives the real jiggy on the NY State Court Corruptions, she is first to testify after the Department Goons.  In her Original Complaint she mentions Iviewit and the Onion Peels henceforth.

Part 1

Part 2 New York Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings


February 13th 2009 Letter to President Barack Hussein Obama II to enjoin The Honorable Eric H. Holder Jr., United States Attorney General ~ Department of Justice


Eliot Bernstein Speaks Out About Court Corruption in Florida and New York on Les Winston's Talk Radio Show
Disbar the Florida Bar in Miami on 880am, a local Bloomberg Affiliate.

http://disbarthefloridabar.com/?page_id=96

or download and listen

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3


BREAKING NEWS ON INTEL RICO CONSPIRACY AND ANTITRUST INFORMATION

If you own Intel Stock you want to read this carefully and think Recissory Rights

 
Referral of Report of Investigation Case oig501 Disclosure of Nonpublic Information

And this is just mind blowing

 
Proof Of Intel Cartel - RICO Proof -

 

WARNING, p. Stephen Lamont has been terminated from acting on behalf of Iviewit or Eliot Bernstein and has been reported for certain alleged criminal misconduct to THE state of new York and other authorities.  If Lamont offers you shares of stock or any other inducement involving Eliot Bernstein or Iviewit he is committing further fraud

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Word from former Iviewit CEO and Shareholder P. Stephen Lamont

A Background of the Iviewit Inventions

By way of introduction, I am P. Stephen Lamont, former Acting CEO of Iviewit (counsel advised all Iviewit executives to resign their posts and work along side Iviewit rather than within Iviewit, as the former Board of Directors, Counsel and Accountants, disbanded without requisite notice to Shareholders in violation of law, thereby leaving massive liability and exposure) and a significant shareholder in Iviewit.  With more than a fifteen year track record as a multimedia technology and consumer electronics licensing executive and holder of a J.D. in Intellectual Property Law from Columbia University, an M.B.A in Finance, and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, I appallingly write at the cross current, by and between parties described herein, pattern of frauds, deceits, and misrepresentations that run so wide and so deep that it tears at the very fabric of what has become to be know as free commerce in this country, and, in the fact that it pertains to inventors rights, tears at the very fabric of the Constitution of the United States more fully described below.   I write to you with, Eliot I. Bernstein, who was factually present throughout all of these events and so has contributed to assure the veracity of the statements herein and provide credible witness to the events described herein prior to my joining Iviewit.  Mr. Bernstein is the main inventor of the technologies, inventions which he claims to have come from divine origin with a divine purpose.

On or about 1997, Iviewit’s founder, Eliot I. Bernstein and other inventors, came upon inventions pertaining to what industry experts have heretofore described as profound shifts from traditional techniques in video and imaging then overlooked in the annals of digital video and imaging technologies.  Factually, the main video technology is one of capturing a video frame at a, including but not limited to, 320 by 240 frame size (roughly, Ό of a display device) at a frame rate of one (1) to infinity frames per second (“fps” and at the twenty four (24) to thirty (30) range commonly referred to as “full frame rates” to those skilled in the art). Moreover, once captured, and in its simplest terms, the scaled frames are then digitized (if necessary), filtered, encoded, and delivered to an agnostic display device and then scaled to a full frame size of, including but not limited to, 1280 by 960 at the full frame rates of 24 to 30 fps. The result is, when combined with other proprietary technologies, high quality video at bandwidths of 56 or more Kbps to 6 Mbps per second, at a surprising seventy five percent (75%!) savings in throughput/bandwidth on any digital delivery system such as digital terrestrial, cable, satellite, multipoint-multichannel delivery system, or the Internet, and a similar 75%! savings in storage on mediums such as digital video discs “DVD’s” and the hard drives of many consumer electronic devices.  Also, these savings result in a 75%! decrease in the necessary processing power to encode the video, making old school concepts of parallel processors obsolete and allowing the process of encoding to occur on even a laptop.  Therefore, the video technology opened new markets therefore in both low bandwidth video as is found on cell phones and the Internet to the other end of the spectrum to high end video such as HDDVD, etc. changing even the way television was created, transmitted and viewed, a change from interlacing to the new Iviewit scaling processes, allowing cable companies to increase channel throughput by 75%!   Moreover, on the imaging side, the Iviewit inventions are used on almost every digital camera and present screen design and other devices that utilize the feature of “digital zoom”, whereby the imaging technology provided a way to zoom almost infinitely on a low resolution file with clarity, solving for pixilation that was inherent in the prior art.  Furthermore, industry observers who benefited from the Iviewit disclosures have gone on to claim "you could have put 10,000 engineers in a room for 10,000 years and they would never have come up with these ideas…”  These engineers similarly claimed, to a broad audience, that the technologies were "priceless", the "Holy Grail" of the digital imaging and video world.

Still further, it should be clear, as it relates to the inventions, that we are not talking about some rudimentary software that will be rendered obsolete as newer versions emerge, but that the Iviewit video scaling and image overlay systems are THE backbone, enabling technologies for the transmission of video and images across all transmission networks and viewable on all display devices, where the inventors went back to square one to create a wholly novel elegant upstream solution (towards the content creator) of reconfiguring video and image frames to unlock former bandwidth constraints, led to new processing and storage capabilities and took the video and imaging worlds to a  new dimension.

Moreover, if these inventions become the subject of say a court ordered injunction while investigations are ongoing, it would preclude the use of the technologies while the courts resolve these matters, similar to the recent case almost brought in the RIM/Blackberry matter.  Although dwarfed in comparison, that injunction would have shut Blackberry down to users had the parties not settled the matters, by way of tremendous pressure from the Court, the courts being on of the biggest users of the technology.  The results of an injunction of the Iviewit technologies would be catastrophic to the country in that the product recall alone would be devastating to commerce, shutting down video across the Internet, recalling low bandwidth cell phones, recalling digital camera’s with digital zoom, halting the transmission of 75% of cable channels, recalling medical devices that use scaled zoom, recalling technologies on the Hubble Space Telescope and other government uses, such as flight and space simulators, advanced weapons systems, etc.  These matters are of tantamount importance to federal and international commerce in countless ways, making the job of resolving the crimes against Iviewit a matter of national security concern unprecedented in the history of invention and law.

Furthermore, initially, and early in my tenure, rumors began swirling around the company with finger pointing and all from Florida to Los Angeles wherein it caught the jet stream and arrived very soon in New York of alleged breaches of confidentiality pertaining to Iviewit technology, transfers of trade secrets, and, even in certain circumstances, the knowing and willful invention fraud by the outright switching of signature pages of patent filings by early patent counsels.  Additionally, during my tenure, I was in possession of an executed patent application pertaining to Iviewit’s core imaging technology with the inventors of Bernstein and Shirajee, when, out of thin air, and just prior to filing, with no notice or authorization, such patent application witnesses the addition of a one Brian G. Utley as an inventor, and an individual who could not have been farther from the heat of the inventive stage of the imaging technology.

Still further, I submit that at the first disclosures of the inventions, patent counsel, including Kenneth Rubenstein (also sole patent evaluator and legal counsel to MPEG LA), who had spent half a lifetime attempting and failing to procure technologies for the transmission of full screen, full frame rate video across a variety of transmission networks, and who during the Iviewit disclosures had been known to state “[I] missed that,” and “[I] never thought of that,” and “[This] changes everything,” or words to those effects, Rubenstein was perhaps so fearful that Iviewit would partner with other proprietary technologies across the video value chain that it could wipe his carefully crafted patent pools off the face of the map, therefore, the Iviewit inventions HAD to be converted to MPEGLA, LLC to preserve those pools and convert his client Iviewit's technologies to his pools, of course blocking Iviewit at the same time from market using typical anti-trust tactics commonly associated with patent pools of the past and the reason the Justice Department has typically broken such pools up, as they are anti-competitive, monopolistic in nature. 

That was the first step, with the second step, through the direct and indirect introductions of Iviewit, with executed confidentiality agreements (“NDA’s”), to some five hundred potential licensees by colleagues of counsel, being the proliferation of Iviewit disclosures across a wide array of potential licensees and competitors.  In addition to tying and bundling the technologies into his patent pool licensing scheme, again in violation of most of the anti-trust laws.

Following along, we arrive at the point in the past when Iviewit had thought the Iviewit inventions had been filed at the United States Patent & Trademark Office and the United States Copyright Office and that everyone had begun to use it, when past management in Iviewit and patent counsel were found writing patents in patent counsels name and other non-inventor management names,  in addition to the intentional unauthorized changes of inventors, owners and assignees. Later, as Arthur Andersen conducted an audit on behalf of investor Crossbow Ventures whose funds were 2/3 Small Business Administration loans, evidence emerged of a corporate shell game involving multiple, unauthorized, similarly named corporate formations, unauthorized stock swaps and unauthorized asset transfers that resulted in the core patent applications assigned to entities that may have only one shareholder, perhaps the limited liability partnership of Proskauer Rose or other unauthorized holders, including the alleged perpetrating patent counsel, perhaps, with a view towards resurrecting the backbone technologies at some future point only converted illegally as their own.

Moreover, in a September 2006 letter to Representative Nita Lowey (D-NY 18th) I wrote that in the above series of allegations, Iviewit is confident that your Office will find a reasonable certainty that Messrs. Kenneth Rubenstein, Esq. of Proskauer, Raymond A. Joao, Esq. of Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolfe and Schlissel and William J. Dick, Esq., Steven Becker, Esq., and Douglas Boehm, Esq. of Foley and Lardner, all Iviewit Patent Counsel and present or former members of the distinguished Bar of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, designed and executed, either for themselves or others similarly situated, the deceptions, improprieties, and, even in certain circumstances, outright misappropriation by the disingenuous redirection of the disclosed Iviewit techniques by: (i) burying the critical elements of the inventions in patent applications filed on behalf of the true Iviewit Shareholders & Inventors; (ii) allowing the unauthorized use of Iviewit’s inventions under NDA’s without enforcement of said NDA’s; (III) filing patent applications of their own or others based on the Iviewit inventions into false inventors names and illegally set up corporations; (IV) submitting knowingly false statements and falsified documents done with intent to commit fraud on the USPTO (a federal offense), Iviewit’s shareholders, and the Iviewit Inventors.  [It should be noted here that these attorneys and others are now under formal investigation by patent offices worldwide that have been ongoing for several years].  

Furthermore, in that same Rep. Lowey letter, that as a result of the series of allegations enclosed, and although it is clear to Iviewit that the role of Congress is to make law not to enforce law, Iviewit finds it reasonable that your Office: (i) shall find the requisite merit to initiate Congressional investigations; (ii) shall pass these allegations to a Congressional staff attorney in the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, or other appropriate committee, for further investigation; (iii) shall instruct said staff attorney to institute a formal Congressional investigation, including questioning, requests for records, and other information from all parties involved; (iv) shall refer said attorney’s findings back to you as a Representative in the Congress of the United States; (v) shall present such findings to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, or other appropriate committee, for determinative review; and finally (vi) shall witness said Congressional committee to urge disciplinary action against the alleged offending attorneys by the U.S. Attorney’s Office or other organization, agency, or court of appropriate jurisdiction.

Lastly, Iviewit often asks itself, among other things,  “Why did the Hon. Jorge LaBarga of the Circuit Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District, Florida deny Iviewit’s Motion for Leave to Amend Answer to Assert Counterclaim for Damages (concerning the aforementioned allegations)” and “Why did the Supreme Court of Florida - The Florida Bar (‘TFB’) dismiss the complaint against Christopher C. Wheeler, Esq. (‘Wheeler’ and, a non-patent attorney, a main protagonist of the above referenced allegations) despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary” and “Why did the Supreme Court of Florida deny Iviewit’s Petition to begin the immediate investigation of the Wheeler complaint (when TFB admitted in writing that the answer to the Wheeler complaint  was authored by an attorney, Matthew Triggs of Proskauer Rose, in flagrant violation of his public office obligations)” and “Why did the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department - Departmental Disciplinary Committee stall Iviewit’s complaint against Rubenstein and Joao despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary” and “Why, despite the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division First Department’s Court Order (unanimously voted on by five Justices) to begin the immediate investigation of Rubenstein, Steven C. Krane (former NYSBA President & Proskauer partner who handled complaints against Joao and Rubenstein while maintaining undisclosed roles at the First Department) and Joao, for conflicts and violations of New York Supreme Court public offices, did the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division Second Department - Departmental Disciplinary Committee charged with conducting an immediate investigation dismiss on review the Rubenstein and Joao complaints and stating that they were ‘not under the jurisdiction’ of the First Department Court” [thus no witnesses were contacted, no evidence was tested and the attorneys did not even have to respond formally or informally to the charges against them] and "When conflicts were discovered at the Second Department with Krane why were complaints refused by the Second Department to be formally docketed against their members caught in conflict, those members denying complaints against themselves???" and  “Why did the Virginia Bar Association dismiss the Dick complaint despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary and the fact that the United States Patent Office had suspended the Iviewit patents based on a Foley and Lardner intellectual property docket submitted to the VBA that had factually false and misleading information regarding patent inventors, owners and assignees” and “Why did the Supreme Court of the United States decline to hear Iviewit’s Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Florida Supreme Court to overturn the Florida Court’s decision, which acted to block Iviewit from filing complaints against Florida Supreme Court officers caught in conflicts of interest and violations of public offices” and “why did John Doll & Jon Dudas, Commissioners' of Patents at the USPTO, fail to correct the inventors, and refuse to take or return Iviewit’s call or respond to formal office filings, including a petition filed more than three years ago by Iviewit and its lead investor Crossbow Ventures/SBA, which led to the suspending of patent applications pending ongoing investigations” and Iviewit finds itself answering “THAT IT IS ALL PART AND PARCEL OF THE TOTAL DENIAL OF DUE PROCESS IN THE PATTERN OF FRAUDS, DECEITS, AND MISREPRESENTATIONS THAT RUN SO WIDE AND SO DEEP THAT IT TEARS AT THE VERY FABRIC OF WHAT HAS BECOME TO BE KNOW AS FREE COMMERCE IN THIS COUNTRY, AND, IN THE FACT THAT IT PERTAINS TO INVENTORS RIGHTS, TEARS AT THE VERY FABRIC OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.”

Lastly, take to heart this following series of events that, from Tokyo to Munich and all places in between, has been commonly described as THE GREATEST PATENT STORY EVER TOLD while at the same time becoming one of the most bungled crimes in history, perhaps the largest crime ever perpetrated in the history of crime itself; crimes constituting further a treasonous series of actions to rob the United States Commerce Department, the country's greatest jewel, the United States Patent & Trademark Offices, usurping Free Commerce as we know it in America in the process!  The cover-up, well to say the least, constitutes violation after violation of sworn oaths by government officials entrusted to uphold justice, elevating  perhaps throughout the Legislative, the Executive and the Judicial branches, creating a government of criminal activity, a "Culture of Corruption"  (paralleling the reality you now live in) all to deny due process and procedure, evade prosecution of the complaints filed against them and stave off the inevitable federal prison time for their actions, as further described herein.


WARNING!!!

READING THE CONTENTS OF THIS SITE MAY MAKE YOU PATENT YOUR INVENTIONS IN FOREIGN NATIONS V. THE UNITED STATES


PART I - THE HOLY GRAIL INVENTIONS

The Company continues to pursue an aggressive intellectual property strategy. I-View-It has protected its enabling Intellectual Properties by filing US Patent Pending Applications, Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) International Applications, US Provisional Patent Pending Applications, Japanese Applications, Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Secrets (we thinks, we are still trying to determine what was filed and what has been stolen, investigations ongoing). Below is summary of the key processes of the pending Intellectual Property Pool.  Iviewit is a recognized innovator in the digital capture, encoding and distribution of video and images with patents pending, or in this case, patents suspending and is currently focusing on three of its core IP assets:

Mathematical Scaling Formula For Encoding & Playback of Video

The Patent Pending process that utilizes scaled down video encodes that when transmitted to an end user produce full-screen video representations at an amazing 75% lower bandwidth than prior technologies. This process enables the delivery of distortion-free rich media at full-screen, full frame resolution with normal TV-equivalent frame rates at extremely low bandwidths, ideal for mediums such as the Internet, previously thought impossible. At high bandwidths, the process provides superior processing efficiencies and creates 75% smaller file sizes for digital distribution (i.e. DVD's, HDDVD, VCD's, SVCD's, etc.), an enormous savings over prior compression technologies.  The scaled processes have effected all forms of hardware and software along the video value chain and have paved the way for low bandwidth video cell phones and allowed large scale Internet video.  On the high of the bandwidth spectrum the technologies have transformed gaming from pong like graphics to the lifelike ones as common now in the Play Station, X-BOX, etc. The technologies having already had a profound effect on many scientific, medical and military processes affecting society in the endless uses of digital imaging and video technologies.

Mathematical Scaling Formula For Encoding & Viewing Images with Super Smooth Zoom & Pan Capabilities

Creates high definition, user controlled "super" zoom and pan capability levels without macro blocking and pixilation. The image scaling process is likely applicable to every known screen used in imaging, making the list of potential applications - and revenue streams - literally endless.  From space telescopes, to digital camera's, to X-ray's, to MRI's, to space simulators, to satellite imaging tech's like Google Maps, etc. this set of technologies has taken the pixilation out of images when zooming

Combined Iviewit video and imaging processes to create a user interface allowing camera control and zoomable video streams.

Duh - Combined I View It imaging and video processes to create a user controlled video or television environment with super zoom and pan applications.


Ellen DeGeneres Speaks Out on Iviewit Technology - "Use Iviewit for the Sake of the Country"
Bet Ellen had no idea at the time how profound her statement would be and how much of the country is really at stake over it.

Ellen DeGeneres Speaks Out on Iviewit Technology - "Use Iviewit for the Sake of the Country"


COME JOIN IVIEWIT IN THE GREATEST PATENT STORY EVER TOLD & PROTECT OUR COUNTRY FROM THE TERRORISTS WITHIN.

Note to Inventors and Artists:

The United States Patent Office has changed from "First to Invent" to "First to File" and with that change the greatest country of innovation in the world has digressed backwards and now your attorneys can take your inventions as their own by filing it for themselves before you.

 

WARNING!

This site uses technologies that may or may not be protected by the United States Patent & Trademark Office & European Patent Office

HAS CORRUPTION REACHED OUR MOST ESTEEMED COMMERCE DEPARTMENT?  WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO PROTECT THE INVENTIONS AND INVENTORS? 

Patents suspended indefinitely, investigations lingering for five years and a Patent Office that refuses to respond to official filings?


United States Patent & Trademark Office Filings

PATENT SUSPENSION NOTICE 1

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PATENT SUSPENSION NOTICE 2

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List of Patents Pending & Patents Suspending:
 

United States Patents

Foreign Patents

Trademarks
09/630,939

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced Digital Image File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 17, 2004

PCT/US00/21211
System & Method for Providing an Enhanced
Digital Image File
 
 
WIPO LINK

75/725,802

THE CLICK HEARD 'ROUND THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/630,939

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced Digital Image File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 17, 2004

PCT/US00/15602
System & Method for Video Playback Over a
Network
WIPO LINK

75/725,805

IVIEWIT "YOUR THIRD EYE TO THE WORLD" June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/630,939

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced Digital Image File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 17, 2004

75/725,806

IVIEWIT "YOUR THIRD EYE TO THE WORLD" June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/522,721

Apparatus & Method for Producing Enhanced Digital Images
PENDING SUSPENSION FILED
February 26, 2004

PCT US00/15408
System & Method for Streaming an Enhanced
Digital Video File
WIPO LINK (Where did this go???)
75/725,807

IVIEWIT 'YOUR THIRD EYE TO THE WORLD" (THIS MARK IS MISSING PROPER QUOTES June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/587,734

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced Digital Video File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 26, 2004

PCT/US00/15405
System & Method for Providing an Enhanced
Digital Video File
WIPO LINK(Where did this go???)

75/725,808

IVIEWIT "YOUR THIRD EYE TO THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/587,734

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced Digital Video File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 26, 2004

PCT US00/07772
Apparatus & Method for Producing Enhanced
Digital Images
WIPO LINK (Where did this go???)

 

75/725,809

IVIEWIT "YOUR THIRD EYE TO THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/587,026

System & Method for Playing a Digital Video File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 26, 2004

EPO 00938126.0
System & Method for Streaming an Enhanced
Digital Video File

75/725,810

IVIEWIT "YOUR THIRD EYE TO THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

09/587,730

System & Method for Streaming an Enhanced Digital Video File
SUSPENDED BY COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS
February 26, 2004

EPO 00944619.6

System & Method for Streaming an Enhanced
Digital Video File

75/725,816

IVIEWIT.COM June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/223,344

Zoom & Pan Using a Digital Camera

EPO 00955352.0

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced
Digital Image File

75/725,816

IVIEWIT June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/233,341

Zoom & Pan Imaging Design Tool

Japan 2001 502364
System & Method for Streaming an Enhanced
Digital Video File

75/725,817

IVIEWIT.COM June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60,169,559

Apparatus and Method for Producing Enhanced Video Images and/or Video Files

Japan 2001 502362
System & Method for Streaming an Enhanced
Digital Video File

75/725,817

IVIEWIT June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/155,404

Apparatus & Method for Producing Enhanced Video Images and/or Video Files

Japan 2001 514379

System & Method for Providing an Enhanced
Digital Image File

75/725,818

IVIEWIT.COM June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/149,737

Apparatus and Method for Producing Enhanced Digital Images and/or Digital Video Files

Korea PCT US00 15408

75/725,819

THE CLICK HEARD 'ROUND THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/146,726

Apparatus & Method for Producing Enhanced Digital Images

 

75/725,819

IVIEWIT.COM June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/141,440

Apparatus & Method for Providing and/or transmitting Video Data and/or Information in a Communication Network

 

75/725,820

IVIEWIT.COM June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/137,921

Apparatus & Method for Playing Video Files Across the Internet

 

75/725,821

IVIEWIT June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/137,297

Apparatus & Method for Producing Enhanced Video Images

 

75/725,821

THE CLICK HEARD 'ROUND THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

60/125,824

Apparatus & Method for Producing Enhanced Digital Images

 

75/725,822

IVIEWIT June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

   

75/725,823

IVIEWIT June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

   

75/725,823

THE CLICK HEARD 'ROUND THE WORLD June 8, 1999 FILED July 27, 2004

   

76/037,700

IVIEWIT.COM May 1, 2000 FILED July 27, 2004

   

76/037,701

A SITE FOR SORE EYES May 1, 2000 FILED July 27, 2004

   

76/037,702

A SITE FOR SORE EYES May 1, 2000 FILED July 27, 2004

   

76/037,703

IVIEWIT May 1, 2000 FILED July 27, 2004

   

76/037,843

IVIEWIT LOGO May 1, 2000 FILED July 27, 2004

   

76/037,844

May 1, 2000 FILED July 27, 2004

     
     
     

PART II - THE CRIMES AND CRIMINALS IN THE ATTEMPT TO STEAL THE IVIEWIT INVENTIONS


"The greatest want of the world is the want of men, --men who will not be bought or sold; men who in their inmost souls are true and honest, men who do not fear to call sin by its right name; men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole, men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall. -Education, p. 57(1903)"
ELLEN G. WHITE

 


Complaint filed with the DOJ - OIG after the FBI lost the Iviewit case file and the Car Bombing files.  Iviewit was told the agent handling the matters had retired early with the case files! 

2007 04 20 Letter to the Department of Justice ~ Office of Inspector General, Inspector General Glenn Fine, regarding missing Federal Bureau of Investigation files and missing United States Attorney Files regarding the Iviewit Matters


This complaint was filed after the US Attorney Office's claimed they had no case file for the case the FBI had prior presented to them.

2007 06 14 Letter to the Department of Justice ~ Office of Professional Responsibility, H. Marshall Jarrett, at the request of the DOJ-OIG, regarding missing Iviewit case files at the FBI & US Attorney offices


Letter from the DOJ - OPR stating they have begun review of the matters. At this level of Justice, if the Justice Department tries to wiggle from the obligation to investigate and prosecute, it would take Alberto Gonzales or whomever replaces him to evade all due process and procedure in these matters and that order could only come from his remaining supporter, the President, the Decider and those who pull puppet strings.  With Gonzales as credible as a perjurer, liar and possibly a war criminal, one would assume that these are the reasons the Bush Regime can not let him go.  At that point, the country will become embroiled in Patentgate sooner or later, as it would take 20 years of the patent life and beyond to avoid the matters without due process, a non-reality. 

2007 07 16 Letter from the Department of Justice ~ Office of Professional Responsibility regarding beginning review of the Iviewit matters


December 15, 2007 Iviewit Federal Complaint Filed in the United States District Court - New York Southern District -- Filed in response to Whistleblower case revealing New York Supreme Court Officers Covered-Up Ethic Cases like Iviewit, as reported in NY Times and NY Law Journal below.

Filed Complaint @

 http://www.iviewit.tv/20071215usdcsnycomplaint.pdf

United States District Court - New York Sothern District
Case No. 07 CV 11196

The MAYBE NOT SO Honorable Judge Shira A. Scheindlin or the MOST HONORABLE JUDGE ON HER WAY TO THE SUPREME COURT

NEW YORK POST ~ August 17, 2006

'JUNIOR' SINGS SOPRANO August 17, 2006 -- John "Junior" Gotti finally sang - but it was "Happy Birthday" to a federal judge. Gotti helped Manhattan federal Judge Shira Scheindlin celebrate her 60th birthday by serenading her from his seat at the defense table yesterday. "I led the attack," Gotti said outside of court. "Everyone was saying, 'We're going to sing, we're going to sing,' and then they started chickening out." The bizarre and unusual birthday celebration was carried out in the courtroom - which was mysteriously closed to the public - before jury selection in Gotti's racketeering trial resumed for a third day. The mob scion was joined singing, "Happy Birthday Judge Scheindlin," by at least one of his defense lawyers, members of the prosecution team and court personnel. Participation wasn't exactly optional after the judge's courtroom deputy instructed everyone present in the courtroom to participate. Gotti and Scheindlin have been through a lot together over the past year. The former Gambino leader is facing his third trial for racketeering after two previous juries failed to reach a verdict - with all of the trials taking place in Scheindlin's courtroom. Later in the day the judge got some chuckles when she agreed to excuse a potential juror who had plans to travel to Paris to celebrate her mother's 60th birthday. "I'm particularly sympathetic to 60th birthdays," Scheindlin said. Scheindlin's mini-bash, which lacked gifts and cake, was a private affair. When a reporter tried to enter the courtroom as the singing was about to begin, deputies with the U.S. Marshals Service said the judge's deputy had instructed them to bar the public for 10 minutes, but they could not say why. Courtrooms are typically closed to the public only to protect the identity of cooperating witnesses, undercover agents and the victims of sex crimes, or for national-security concerns. Legal experts raised eyebrows at the fact that Scheindlin allowed the impromptu fete to occur at all. "This is not a major violation of judicial ethics. It's a pimple on the trial," said David Luban, law professor and legal ethicist at Georgetown University. "I think she ought to have stopped it. I think any trial judge is perfectly capable of cutting them off if something is not proper. It casts doubt in the judge's own partiality if the judge allows the defendant to sing 'Happy Birthday,' " said Luban. "It's a bizarre situation in the middle of the criminal trial singing 'Happy Birthday.' It's inappropriate," said Christopher Murray, a civil-rights attorney based in Garden City, L.I. Opening statements in the trial could take place as soon as this afternoon.

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From Wikipedia

Judge Scheindlin presided over three trials of John Gotti Jr. ("Junior"), each of which ended in a mistrial due to a deadlocked jury.[6] The principle charge against Gotti in the trials was racketeering conspiracy stemming from Gotti's alleged management of the Gambino crime family following the incarceration and death of his father, John Gotti Sr. (the "Dapper Don"). "On September 20, 2005, the jury acquitted him of securities fraud and hung 11-1 for conviction on racketeering charges that included the assault on Sliwa. His re-trial on the remaining charges the following March also ended in a mistrial, with the jury hung 8-4 for acquittal. At the third trial involving the Sliwa assault, prosecutors convinced 12 jurors that Junior had ordered the kidnapping but failed to convince them that he had engaged in criminal activity after 1999 and the jury again deadlocked on the racketeering charges, this time voting 8-4 for conviction."

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IVIEWIT AMENDED COMPLAINT - ONE TRILLION DOLLARS IN DAMAGES

U.S. District Court
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Foley Square)
CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 1:07-cv-11196-SAS


Bernstein et al v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee et al
Assigned to: Judge Shira A. Scheindlin

Demand: $9,999,000
 
Related Case:  1:07-cv-09599-SAS
Cause: 18:1961 Racketeering (RICO) Act

Date Filed: 12/12/2007
Jury Demand: Plaintiff
Nature of Suit: 470 Racketeer/Corrupt Organization
Jurisdiction: Federal Question
Plaintiff
Eliot I. Bernstein
Individually
represented by Eliot I. Bernstein
PRO SE
 
Plaintiff
Eliot I. Bernstein represented by Eliot I. Bernstein
(See above for address)
PRO SE
 
Plaintiff
P. Stephen Lamont
on behalf of Shareholders of UVIEW.COM, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC. – FL; IVIEWIT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT.COM, INC. – FL; IVIEWIT.COM, INC. - DL; I.C., INC. – FL; IVIEWIT.COM LLC – DL; IVIEWIT LLC – DL; IVIEWIT CORPORATION – FL; IVIEWIT, INC. – FL; IVIEWIT, INC. – DEL; IVIEWIT CORPORATION. ANY OTHER JOHN DOE COMPANIES (“JOHN DOE”) NOT KNOWN AT THIS TIME, AS INVESTIGATIONS REMAIN OPEN;  and Patent Interest Holders
represented by Eliot I. Bernstein & P. Stephen Lamont
PRO SE
Plaintiffs

Shareholders of UVIEW.COM, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC. – FL; IVIEWIT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. – DL; IVIEWIT.COM, INC. – FL; IVIEWIT.COM, INC. - DL; I.C., INC. – FL; IVIEWIT.COM LLC – DL; IVIEWIT LLC – DL; IVIEWIT CORPORATION – FL; IVIEWIT, INC. – FL; IVIEWIT, INC. – DEL; IVIEWIT CORPORATION. ANY OTHER JOHN DOE COMPANIES (“JOHN DOE”) NOT KNOWN AT THIS TIME, AS INVESTIGATIONS REMAIN OPEN; and Patent Interest Holders:

Abbagliato, Leslie 
Abbott, Alec B. and Sherry 
Abelardo, Sonny 
Ahmed, Mohammad 
Air Apparent Travel Inc. - Employee Pool
Allison, Barney
Ames, Tom 
Anderson Howard Employee Pool
Anderson, Kenneth 
Arbuthnot, Lesli 
Armstrong Hirsch Jackoway Tyerman & Wertheimer, P.C.
Armstrong, James  
Ashkenazy, Penelope 
Ashkenazy, Severyn 
Bader, Robert and Robin
Baker, Sara Courtney 
Bank, Vincent 
Barrenneck, Lori 
Becker, Barry & Stacy and Children
Benham, Blaze 
Bernstein, Daniel Elijsha Abe Ottomo 
Bernstein, David and Annika  and Children
Bernstein, Eliot I. and Candice  and Children
Bernstein, Irene 
Bernstein, Jacob Noah Archie formerly The Jacob Bernstein 1999 Trust 
Bernstein, Joshua Ennio Zander formerly The Joshua Bernstein 1999 Trust 
Bernstein, Mark 
Bernstein, Simon L. and Shirley  
Bernstein, Stanley & Charlotte 
Bernstein, Stephen 
Bernstein, Theodore and Children
Bieler @ Bieler Bros. Records
Billotti, Beverly & Chip 
Bleemusic Inc.
Blue Fiddle Records
Bouhenguel, Redjem 
Brady, Frank 
Brandon, Jennifer 
Brunelas, Charles 
Burnham, Frank 
Butler, Edward 
C. Allen Produtions
Calkins, John & Rebecca 
Campion, John & Edmund 
Castro, Tony and Children
Chavez, Charles 
Chey, Douglas 
Chirino, Tony 
Clark, Tim 
Cohen, James 
Cohen, Karen & Laurie 
Colter, David 
Cookman, John E. Jr.
Cordero, Amber 
Cowman, Jenna 
Crawford, Megan 
Crush Music Media Management
Daniels, Patricia  
Davis, John & Gregg (on behalf of Marvin & Barbara Davis)
Deleo, Lisa 
DiBedart, George
Dietz, Andrew and Donna and Children
Dittner, Chris & Cori
Diversafest LLC [DFEST]
Doyle, Matt and Michelle 
Dusha, Bill 
Ellis, Stacey 
Engle, Noble
Erika R. Lewin 
Evolution Promotions
Feigenbaum, Robert 
Fischman, Joseph 
Flecktones Tours LLC
Frazier, Sherri  & Children
Freidkin, Monte 
Frenden, Anthony
Friedstein , Jeffrey and Lisa and Children
Fritz, Brian
Fueled By Ramen Inc.
Gaffney, Esq., Mark W. 
Gailet, Aubrie
Galvin, John 
Garber, Edward 
Garlipp, Joe 
Gaspari, Maxemillion 
George, William 
Giordano, Anthony
Gluzband, Melissa 
Gold, Steve 
Goldstein, James & Christine
Gonsalves, Gregory 
Gonsalves, Joel & Robin and Children
Gonsalves, Thaddeus and Judy and Children
Gonzales, Frank & Renee 
Gorge, Sal 
Gorman, Mitchell 
Gregg, Jason 
Grimes, Dale & Carol Groves
Grote, Lorna and Christopher 
Guccione, Robert 
Hagen, Lisa 
Hale, Molly and Todd 
Hanes, Leah 
Happy Feet Living Trust - Ellen DeGeneres
Hard Head Management
Heche Trust - Anne Heche
Hendricks, Lisa 
Hirschtick, Jon K. 
Holfer, Larry 
Horowitz, Marcel & Florence 
Howard, Brett
I Hate Kate
Iantoni, Guy & Jill  
In DeGoot 
Indivision Management
INVESTECH Holdings LLC - H. Wayne Huizenga and H. Wayne Huizenga Jr.
Irell & Manella
Iviewit Charitable Giving Fund (Thought Journal) 
Jackoway, Esq., James  and Jackoway, Esq., Michele Marlene Mulrooney  and Children
Jacobs, Jon 
James, Russell 
JMAX Productions
Jurcak, Courtney
Kane, Donald G.   
Katz, Zach 
Kaye, Timothy 
Kennedy, Lori 
Kershaw, Sarah 
Kiley, Karen & Kevin 
Klein, Beth and Frederick 
Kluge, Jennifer
Krauel, Heidi 
Krokower, Robert 
Lamont, P. Stephen
Lauren Lloyd Living Trust
LCD Soundsystem
Leavitt, Amanda 
Leavitt, Wayne 
Leonsis, Ted 
Lequeux, Blayne 
Less than Jake
Lewin, Gerald R. & Barbara S. 
Lewin, Jennifer P. 
Lewinter, Esq., Anthony 
Liu, Vinnie 
Lockwood, Kevin 
Lypaczewski, Paul 
Lyte, Seamus 
Magnussen, Ryan 
Marino, Susie 
McCrirrick, Flip and Leanne 
McCullough, Lyle 
McDonough Management
McFarland, William 
McGee, Doc
McKittrick, Alan 
Merritt & Sophia Howard Fund
Miah, Hassan 
Milano Music Management 
Miller, Paul 
Milligan, Beverly 
Mink, Matthew 
Mitroo, Sumair 
Moore, Charles Michael 
Morgan, Misty 
Morissette, Alanis 
Morra, Buddy
Moss, Gina 
Nadelman, Ari & Yona 
Nance-Poor, Steve 
Nathanson, Gary
New Media Holdings, Inc.
Newman, Carolyn
Nielsen, Gary 
Niemtschik, Rafeal "Hollywood" 
Nixon, Eric 
Nixon, Sherri 
Noyes, Mark 
Ollivier, Jamie 
Osterling, James  
Palermo, RosE
Pay Up Management / Idolz Maker
Peake, Don 
Perkiss, Corri
Pettus, Gary  & Three Doors Down
Brad Arnold
Matt Roberts
Todd Harrell
Chris Henderson
Greg Upchurch 
Pfeffer, Louis 
Phillips, Matt 
Preston, Daniel 
Raymond, Tammy 
Reale, Michael 
Rebel Waltz
Reynolds, Joe  & Shiny Toy Guns
Gregori Chad Petree
Jeremy Dawson
Mikey Martin
Sisely Treasure
Roach, Kevin 
Roberman, Robert 
Rock-It Cargo, USA Inc. Employee Pool
Roe, Jeff 
Rogers, Esq., Caroline P. and Geoffrey and Children
Rogers, Spencer and Dana
Rosario, Jude 
Rosen, Irving 
Rosman, Esq., Richard 
Rousseaux, Harmony 
Ryan, Joseph 
Sanctuary
Sanford, Thomas 
Scanlan, Jack
Schleicher, Stephen 
Seibert, Michael J. 
Selz, Steven 
Shirajee, Zakirul 
Siefken, Rob 
Silent Owners
Simon, Adam 
Simon, David and Pamela and Children
Simon, John 
Simpson, Crystal and Lucas 
Simpson, Matthew 
Sklar, Steve 
Slaby, William and Michelle 
Smith, Chris 
Smith, Shenell 
Special Team Music
Staley, Kim 
Stanger, Bettie 
Stanger, Dana 
Stanger, Ginger 
Stanger, Jeffrey and Kimberly and Children
Stanger, Lynn & Francis 
Stanger, Paul 
Stark, Joan 
Steven Nevius
Stillman, John 
Stomp, Michael and Nikki 
Stomp, Sherry 
STP Employee Fund
Street, Brian 
Stuart, John 
Supowitz, Lou  
Sutherland, Steven 
Terri, Chris 
Thagard, Gregory B. 
The Pocket Recordings
Tidal 4
Tuvia School
Utke, Karen & Brian 
Valence,  Jane
Veneer, Robert and Kari and Children
Verona, Stephen 
Verzaal, Jessica 
Villam Artists
Wall, Jeremey 
Warren, Bruce 
Washington, Debbie 
Welch, Scott 
Welsch, Mitchell & Isa
Westphal, Stew 
Winters, Dorothy 
World Audience
Young, Alan 
Yuricek, Jeremy 
Zamarin, Mitch 

V.
 
Defendant

STATE OF NEW YORK, THE OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION OF THE UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM,

PROSKAUER ROSE LLP, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

STEVEN C. KRANE in his official and individual Capacities for the New York State Bar Association (former President of the NYSBA) and the Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee (officer of the Court), and, his professional and individual capacities as a Proskauer partner,
KENNETH RUBENSTEIN, in his professional and individual capacities,
ESTATE OF STEPHEN KAYE, in his professional and individual capacities,
ALAN S. JAFFE, in his professional and individual capacities,    
ROBERT J. KAFIN, in his professional and individual capacities,
CHRISTOPHER C. WHEELER, in his professional and individual capacities,
MATTHEW M. TRIGGS in his official and individual capacity for The Florida Bar and his professional and individual capacities as a partner of Proskauer,
ALBERT T. GORTZ, in his professional and individual capacities,
CHRISTOPHER PRUZASKI, in his professional and individual capacities,
MARA LERNER ROBBINS, in her professional and individual capacities,
DONALD “ROCKY” THOMPSON, in his professional and individual capacities,
GAYLE COLEMAN, in her professional and individual capacities,
DAVID GEORGE, in his professional and individual capacities,
GEORGE A. PINCUS, in his professional and individual capacities,
GREGG REED, in his professional and individual capacities,
LEON GOLD, in his professional and individual capacities,
MARCY HAHN-SAPERSTEIN, in her professional and individual capacities,
KEVIN J. HEALY, in his professional and individual capacities,
STUART KAPP, in his professional and individual capacities,
RONALD F. STORETTE, in his professional and individual capacities,
CHRIS WOLF, in his professional and individual capacities,
JILL ZAMMAS, in her professional and individual capacities,
JON A. BAUMGARTEN, in his professional and individual capacities,
SCOTT P. COOPER, in his professional and individual capacities,
BRENDAN J. O'ROURKE, in his professional and individual capacities,
LAWRENCE I. WEINSTEIN, in his professional and individual capacities,
WILLIAM M. HART, in his professional and individual capacities,
DARYN A. GROSSMAN, in his professional and individual capacities,
JOSEPH A. CAPRARO JR., in his professional and individual capacities,
JAMES H. SHALEK, in his professional and individual capacities,
GREGORY MASHBERG, in his professional and individual capacities,
JOANNA SMITH, in her professional and individual capacities,

MELTZER LIPPE GOLDSTEIN  WOLF & SCHLISSEL, P.C.  and its predecessors and successors, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

LEWIS S. MELTZER, in his professional and individual capacities,
KENNETH RUBENSTEIN, in his professional and individual capacities,
RAYMOND A. JOAO, in his professional and individual capacities,
FRANK MARTINEZ, in his professional and individual capacities,

FOLEY & LARDNER LLP, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

MICHAEL C. GREBE, in his professional and individual capacities,
WILLIAM J. DICK, in his professional and individual capacities,
TODD C. NORBITZ, in his professional and individual capacities,
ANNE SEKEL, in his professional and individual capacities,
RALF BOER, in his professional and individual capacities,
BARRY GROSSMAN, in his professional and individual capacities,
JIM CLARK, in his professional and individual capacities,
DOUGLAS A. BOEHM, in his professional and individual capacities,
STEVEN C. BECKER, in his professional and individual capacities,

FORMER IVIEWIT MANAGEMENT

BRIAN G. UTLEY,
MICHAEL REALE,
RAYMOND HERSCH,
WILLIAM KASSER,
ROSS MILLER, ESQ. in his professional and individual capacities,

STATE OF FLORIDA, OFFICE OF THE STATE COURTS ADMINISTRATOR, FLORIDA,

HON. JORGE LABARGA in his official and individual capacities,

THE FLORIDA BAR,

JOHN ANTHONY BOGGS in his official and individual capacities,
KELLY OVERSTREET JOHNSON (former President) in her official and individual capacities,
LORRAINE CHRISTINE HOFFMAN in her official and individual capacities,
ERIC TURNER in his official and individual capacities,
KENNETH MARVIN in his official and individual capacities,
JOY A. BARTMON in her official and individual capacities,
JERALD BEER in his official and individual capacities,

BROAD & CASSEL, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

KELLY OVERSTREET JOHNSON (former President) in her official and individual capacities,
JAMES J. WHEELER, in his professional and individual capacities,

FLORIDA SUPREME COURT,

Hon. Charles T. Wells, in his official and individual capacities,
Hon. Harry Lee Anstead,
in his official and individual capacities,
Hon. R. Fred Lewis,
in his official and individual capacities,
Hon. Peggy A. Quince,
in his official and individual capacities,
Hon. Kenneth B. Bell,
in his official and individual capacities,
THOMAS HALL, in his official and individual capacities,
DEBORAH YARBOROUGH in her official and individual capacities,

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION – FLORIDA,

CITY OF BOCA RATON, FLA.,

ROBERT FLECHAUS in his official and individual capacities,
ANDREW SCOTT in his official and individual capacities,

SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK APPELLATE DIVISION FIRST DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAL DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE,

THOMAS J. CAHILL in his official and individual capacities,
PAUL CURRAN in his official and individual capacities,
MARTIN R. GOLD in his official and individual capacities,

SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK APPELLATE DIVISION FIRST DEPARTMENT,

CATHERINE O’HAGEN WOLFE in her official and individual capacities,
HON. ANGELA M. MAZZARELLI in her official and individual capacities,
HON. RICHARD T. ANDRIAS in his official and individual capacities,
HON. DAVID B. SAXE in his official and individual capacities,
HON. DAVID FRIEDMAN in his official and individual capacities,
HON. LUIZ A. GONZALES in his official and individual capacities,

SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK APPELLATE DIVISION SECOND JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT,

JAMES E. PELTZER in his official and individual capacities,
HON. A. GAIL PRUDENTI in her official and individual capacities,

SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK APPELLATE DIVISION SECOND DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAL DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE,

LAWRENCE DIGIOVANNA in his official and individual capacities,
DIANA MAXFIELD KEARSE in her official and individual capacities,

HON. JUDITH  S. KAYE (Chief Judge of the State of New York, New York Court of Appeals)  in her official and individual  capacities,

STATE OF NEW YORK COMMISSION OF INVESTIGATION,

ANTHONY CARTUSCIELLO in his official and individual capacities,

LAWYERS FUND FOR CLIENT PROTECTION OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,

ELIOT SPITZER in his official and individual capacities, as both former Attorney General for the State of New York, and, as former Governor of the State of New York,

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

VIRGINIA STATE BAR,

ANDREW H. GOODMAN in his official and individual capacities,
NOEL SENGEL in her official and individual capacities,
MARY W. MARTELINO in her official and individual capacities,
LIZBETH L. MILLER, in her official and individual capacities,

MPEGLA, LLC,

LAWRENCE HORN, in his professional and individual capacities,
 

KENNETH RUBENSTEIN, in his professional and individual capacities,

REAL 3D, INC. (INTEL, SILICON GRAPHICS, INC. & LOCKHEED MARTIN) and successor companies,

GERALD STANLEY, in his professional and individual capacities,
DAVID BOLTON, in his professional and individual capacities,
TIM CONNOLLY, in his professional and individual capacities,
ROSALIE BIBONA, in her professional and individual capacities,
RYJO, INC.,
RYAN HUISMAN, in his professional and individual capacities,

INTEL CORP.,

LARRY PALLEY, in his professional and individual capacities,

SILICON GRAPHICS, INC.,

LOCKHEED MARTIN,

BLAKELY SOKOLOFF TAYLOR & ZAFMAN, LLP, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

NORMAN ZAFMAN, in his professional and individual capacities,
THOMAS COESTER, in his professional and individual capacities,
FARZAD AHMINI, in his professional and individual capacities,
GEORGE HOOVER, in his professional and individual capacities,

WILDMAN, HARROLD, ALLEN & DIXON LLP, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

MARTYN W. MOLYNEAUX, in his professional and individual capacities,
MICHAEL DOCKTERMAN, in his professional and individual capacities,

HARRISON GOODARD FOOTE, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

MARTYN W. MOLYNEAUX, in his professional and individual capacities,

EUROPEAN PATENT OFFICE,

ALAIN POMPIDOU (former President) in his official and individual capacities,
WIM VAN DER EIJK in his official and individual capacities,
LISE DYBDAHL in her official and personal capacities,

YAMAKAWA INTERNATIONAL PATENT OFFICE, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

MASAKI YAMAKAWA, in his professional and individual capacities,

CROSSBOW VENTURES, INC.,

ALPINE VENTURE CAPITAL PARTNERS LP,

STEPHEN J. WARNER, in his professional and individual capacities,
RENE P. EICHENBERGER, in his professional and individual capacities,
H. HICKMAN “HANK” POWELL, in his professional and individual capacities,
MAURICE BUCHSBAUM, in his professional and individual capacities,
ERIC CHEN, in his professional and individual capacities,
AVI HERSH, in his professional and individual capacities,
MATTHEW SHAW, in his professional and individual capacities,
BRUCE W. SHEWMAKER, in his professional and individual capacities,
RAVI M. UGALE, in his professional and individual capacities,

Digital Interactive Streams, Inc.,

Royal o’brien, in his professional and individual capacities,

HUIZENGA HOLDINGS INCORPORATED,

WAYNE HUIZENGA, in his professional and individual capacities,

WAYNE HUIZENGA, JR., in his professional and individual capacities,

TIEDEMANN INVESTMENT GROUP,

BRUCE T. PROLOW, in his professional and individual capacities,
CARL TIEDEMANN, in his professional and individual capacities,
ANDREW PHILIP CHESLER, in his professional and individual capacities,
CRAIG L. SMITH, in his professional and individual capacities,

Houston & Shahady, P.a., and any successors, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

BART A. HOUSTON, ESQ. in his professional and individual capacities,

FURR & COHEN, P.A., and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

BRADLEY S. SCHRAIBERG, ESQ. in his professional and individual capacities,

MOSKOWITZ, MANDELL, SALIM & SIMOWITZ, P.A., and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

WILLIAM G. SALIM, ESQ. in his professional and individual capacities,

SACHS SAX & KLEIN, P.A., and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

BEN ZUCKERMAN, ESQ. in his professional and individual capacities,
SPENCER M. SAX, in his professional and individual capacities,

SCHIFFRIN & BARROWAY LLP, and any successors, and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

RICHARD SCHIFFRIN, in his professional and individual capacities,
ANDREW BARROWAY, in his professional and individual capacities,
KRISHNA NARINE, in his professional and individual capacities,

CHRISTOPHER & WEISBERG, P.A., and, all of its Partners, Associates and Of Counsel, in their professional and individual capacities,

ALAN M. WEISBERG, in his professional and individual capacities,
ALBERTO GONZALES in his official and individual capacities,
JOHNNIE E. FRAZIER in his official and individual capacities,

IVIEWIT, INC., a Florida corporation,
IVIEWIT, INC., a Delaware corporation,
IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC., a Delaware corporation (f.k.a. Uview.com, Inc.)UVIEW.COM, INC., a Delaware corporation
IVIEWIT TECHNOLOGIES, INC., a Delaware corporation (f.k.a. Iviewit Holdings, Inc.),
IVIEWIT HOLDINGS, INC., a Florida corporation,
IVIEWIT.COM, INC., a Florida corporation,
I.C., INC., a Florida corporation,
IVIEWIT.COM, INC., a Delaware corporation,
IVIEWIT.COM LLC, a Delaware limited liability company,
IVIEWIT LLC, a Delaware limited liability company,
IVIEWIT CORPORATION, a Florida corporation,

IBM CORPORATION,

JOHN AND JANE DOES.

 

Date Filed # Docket Text
12/12/2007 COMPLAINT against Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their individual capacity), Paul Curran (in their official capacity), Paul Curran (in individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in his individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in their official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her individual capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his official capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his individual capacity), David B. Saxe, David B. Saxe, David Friedman (in his official capacity), David Friedman (in his individual capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his official capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his individual capacity), Appellate Division Second Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his official capacity), Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his individual capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her official capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her individual capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his official capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his individual capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her official capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her individual capacity), Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity), Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity), Judith S. Kaye, Judith S. Kaye, Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer, Raymond A. Joao, Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker, State of New York Commission of Investigation, Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of the State of New York, The Florida Bar, Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity), Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her individual capacity), Eric Turner (in his official capacity), Eric Turner (in his individual capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his individual capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his individual capacity), Thomas J. Cahill (in his official capacity), Thomas Hall (in his official capacity), Thomas Hall (in his individual capacity), Debroah Yarborough (in her official capacity), Debroah Yarborough (in her individual capacity), Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel (in her official capacity), Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino, Thomas J. Cahill (in his individual capacity), John Does, Joseph Wigley (in his official capacity), Joseph Wigley (in his individual capacity), Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their official capacity). (Filing Fee $ 350.00, Receipt Number 635712)Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein, P. Stephen Lamont.(mbe) (Entered: 12/14/2007)
12/12/2007   SUMMONS ISSUED as to Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their individual capacity), Paul Curran (in their official capacity), Paul Curran (in individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in his individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in their official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her individual capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his official capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his individual capacity), David B. Saxe, David B. Saxe, David Friedman (in his official capacity), David Friedman (in his individual capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his official capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his individual capacity), Appellate Division Second Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his official capacity), Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his individual capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her official capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her individual capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his official capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his individual capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her official capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her individual capacity), Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity), Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity), Judith S. Kaye, Judith S. Kaye, Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer, Raymond A. Joao, Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker, State of New York Commission of Investigation, Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of the State of New York, The Florida Bar, Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity), Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her individual capacity), Eric Turner (in his official capacity), Eric Turner (in his individual capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his individual capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his individual capacity), Thomas J. Cahill (in his official capacity), Thomas Hall (in his official capacity), Thomas Hall (in his individual capacity), Debroah Yarborough (in her official capacity), Debroah Yarborough (in her individual capacity), Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel (in her official capacity), Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino, Thomas J. Cahill (in his individual capacity), John Does, Joseph Wigley (in his official capacity), Joseph Wigley (in his individual capacity), Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their official capacity). (mbe) (Entered: 12/14/2007)
12/12/2007   CASE REFERRED TO Judge Shira A. Scheindlin as possibly related to 1:07-cv-9599. (mbe) (Entered: 12/14/2007)
12/21/2007   CASE ACCEPTED AS RELATED. Create association to 1:07-cv-09599-SAS. Notice of Assignment to follow. (laq) (Entered: 01/10/2008)
12/21/2007 NOTICE OF CASE ASSIGNMENT to Judge Shira A. Scheindlin. Judge Unassigned is no longer assigned to the case. (laq) (Entered: 01/10/2008)
12/21/2007   Magistrate Judge Douglas F. Eaton is so designated. (laq) (Entered: 01/10/2008)
12/26/2007 MOTION for appointment of pro bono counsel; MOTION for Extension of Time to file amended complaint after original complaint has been filed on some or all of the defendants; MOTION for order for the United States Marshal Service to serve papers on remaining or all of the defendants; MOTION to accept limited power of attorney of plaintiff Bernstein and Plaintiff Lamont Accept Remote appearance of plaintiff Bernstein for Court Proceedings; and Physical Protection of Plaintiffs for Court Appearances. Attached is Affidavit in Support. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein. (djc) (Entered: 01/08/2008)
12/26/2007 DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF REQUEST TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually). (djc) (Entered: 01/09/2008)
1/10/2008   Mailed notice to the attorney(s) of record. (laq) (Entered: 01/10/2008)
1/10/2008 5 ORDER granting in part and denying in part 2 Motion to Appoint Counsel ; granting in part and denying in part 2 Motion for Extension of Time; granting in part and denying in part 2 Motion to Serve; granting in part and denying in part 2 Motion. For the reasons stated above, plaintiffs' motions are granted in part and denied in part. The United States Marshals are directed to serve the Complaint on defendants. Plaintiffs will have until twenty days after service is completed on all defendants to file an amended complaint. The Clerk of the Court is directed to close these motions (document no. 2 on the docket sheet). (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 1/9/2008)(jmi) (Entered: 01/11/2008)
1/23/2008   AMENDED SUMMONS ISSUED as to Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their individual capacity), Paul Curran (in their official capacity), Paul Curran (in individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in his individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in their official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her individual capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his official capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his individual capacity), David B. Saxe, David B. Saxe, David Friedman (in his official capacity), David Friedman (in his individual capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his official capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his individual capacity), Appellate Division Second Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his official capacity), Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his individual capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her official capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her individual capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his official capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his individual capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her official capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her individual capacity), Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity), Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity), Judith S. Kaye, Judith S. Kaye, Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer, Raymond A. Joao, Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker, State of New York Commission of Investigation, Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of the State of New York, The Florida Bar, Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity), Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her individual capacity), Eric Turner (in his official capacity), Eric Turner (in his individual capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his individual capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his individual capacity), Thomas J. Cahill (in his official capacity), Thomas Hall (in his official capacity), Thomas Hall (in his individual capacity), Debroah Yarborough (in her official capacity), Debroah Yarborough (in her individual capacity), Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel (in her official capacity), Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino, Thomas J. Cahill (in his individual capacity), John Does, Joseph Wigley (in his official capacity), Joseph Wigley (in his individual capacity), Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their official capacity). (tro) (Entered: 01/25/2008)
1/25/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Court Memorandum to Serve 2 Copies of Complaint as Courtesy to the Attorney General [Andrew Cuomo]
2/19/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET RE: MISSING COMPLAINTS TO US MARSHALL FOR SERVICE IN CASE

07 CIV. 11196 (SAS) ELIOT I. BERNSTEIN, ET AL. V. APPELLATE DIVISION FIRST DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAL DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE, ET AL.

3/5/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Re: Plaintiffs Opposition to State Defendants Letter of February 29, 2008 in Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division, First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
Docket No. 07 CV 11196 (SAS)
3/5/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Re: Plaintiffs Opposition to Proskauer Rose March 4, 2008 to this Court in Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division, First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
Docket No. 07 CV 11196 (SAS)
3/7/2008 6 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. David B. Saxe served on 2/28/2008, answer due 3/19/2008; David B. Saxe served on 2/28/2008, answer due 3/19/2008. Service was accepted by David B. Saxe. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/10/2008)
3/10/2008 7 ORDER: I have considered plaintiffs' request and have determined that the Attorney General does not face an improper conflict of interest in representing the State Defendants. If, however, the Attorney General concludes that an investigation of defendants is warranted, then independent counsel would be required. Plaintiffs request that the Court find that defendant Raymond A. Joao's counsel, alleged to be John W. Fried is conflicted because Fried will be required to testify and may be added as a defendant. Plaintiffs' request is denied at this time. Plaintiff also request that the Court reconsider its earlier denial of plaintiffs' request for pro bono counsel. Plaintiffs have presented no such decisions or factual matters. The Request is denied. Defendants time to return waivers of personal service is hereby extended until March 21, 2008. Defendants shall move or answer no later than May 30, 2008. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 3/7/2008) (jpo) (Entered: 03/10/2008)
3/11/2008 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Martin R. Gold (in his individual capacity) served on 2/29/2008, answer due 3/20/2008; Martin R. Gold (in their official capacity) served on 2/29/2008, answer due 3/20/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (jmi) (Entered: 03/14/2008)
3/13/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Re: Plaintiffs Opposition to Court Order dated March 7, 2008 in Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division, First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
Docket No. 07 CV 11196 (SAS)
3/14/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Letter to New York Attorney General to reinvestigate prior Iviewit complaints against public office corruption based on the new information in Anderson
3/14/2008 ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SERVICE. John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity) served on 3/4/2008, answer due 3/24/2008. Service was accepted by John Anthony Boggs. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein. (djc) (Entered: 03/17/2008)
3/19/2008 10 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE UNEXECUTED as to Debroah Yarborough (in her official capacity). Attempted Service of Summons and Complaint. Service was attempted on 3/12/08. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein. (pl) (Entered: 03/20/2008)
3/21/2008 11 ORDER: plaintiffs are again reminded that pursuant to Standing Order M10-468, all communications with the Court, including all motions and letters are to be directed to the Court's Pro Se Office, not to chambers. Violation of the Standing Order may lead to a finding of contempt of court. Plaintiffs have requested reconsideration of the Court's Order dated March 7, 2008. The Court declines to revisit its earlier decision. Plaintiffs have also requested legal advice on several topics. The Court does not give legal advice to parties. Plaintiffs have requested legal advice on several topics. The Court does not give legal advice to parties. Plaintiffs have requested that the Court notify the appropriate authorities of defendants' alleged criminal misconduct. At this early stage of the litigation, such notification would be both inappropriate and premature. Finally, plaintiffs have requested permission to make use of the Court's electronic case filing and case management system. At this time, permission to do so is denied. Any further consideration of the substantive issues raised by plaintiffs, including plaintiffs' requests regarding conflicts of interest, must await the resolution of anticipated motions to dismiss. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 3/21/08) (tro) (Entered: 03/21/2008)
3/21/2008 12  MOTION to Dismiss pursuant to F. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(2) and (6). (Attached is the Declaration of Glenn T. Burhans, Jr., in Support of The Florida Bar Defendants' Motion to Dismiss.) Document filed by The Florida Bar, Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her individual capacity), Eric Turner (in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity). (rw) (Entered: 03/24/2008)
3/21/2008 13  MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support of the Florida Bar Defendants' Motion to dismiss the Complaint pursuant to F.R.C.P. 12(b)and (6). Document filed by The Florida Bar, Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity), Eric Turner (in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his individual capacity). (jpo) (Entered: 03/24/2008)
3/24/2008 14 ORDER all defendants that seek to move to dismiss must so move and submit memoranda of law no later than May 30, 2008. Plaintiffs' response is due on June 30, 2008. Defendants' reply, if any, is due on July 14, 2008. The parties are reminded that the restrictions on page limits and exhibits detailed in the Court's Individual Rules and Procedures are in effect, and memoranda of law that do not comply with these Rules will be rejected. SO ORDERED. (Responses due by 6/30/2008, Replies due by 7/14/2008.) (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 3/24/2008) (jmi) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 15  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Proskauer Rose LLP served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Service was accepted by Greg Mashberg. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 16  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Kenneth Rubenstein served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Service was accepted by Greg Mashberg. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 17  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008; Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Service was accepted by Gregg Mashberg. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 18  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Estate of Stephen Kaye served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Service was accepted by Gregg Mashberg. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 20  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Mary W. Martelino served on 3/14/2008, answer due 4/3/2008. Service was accepted by Stephen Hall. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 21  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Virginia State Bar served on 3/14/2008, answer due 4/3/2008. Service was accepted by Stephen Hall. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 22  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Noel Sengel (in her official capacity) served on 3/14/2008, answer due 4/3/2008; Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity) served on 3/14/2008, answer due 4/3/2008. Service was accepted by Stephen Hall. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/24/2008 23  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity) served on 3/14/2008, answer due 4/3/2008; Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity) served on 3/14/2008, answer due 4/3/2008. Service was accepted by Stephen Hall. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 03/25/2008)
3/25/2008

 

19 FILING ERROR - ELECTRONIC FILING IN NON-ECF CASE - NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by John Walter Fried on behalf of Raymond A. Joao (Attachments: # 1 Affidavit of Service)(Fried, John) Modified on 3/26/2008 (db). (Entered: 03/25/20
3/25/2008 24  NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by Monica Anne Connell on behalf of Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their individual capacity), Paul Curran (in their official capacity), Paul Curran (in individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in his individual capacity), Martin R. Gold (in their official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her individual capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his official capacity), Richard T. Andrias (in his individual capacity), David B. Saxe, David B. Saxe, David Friedman (in his official capacity), David Friedman (in his individual capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his official capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales (in his individual capacity), Appellate Division Second Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his official capacity), Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his individual capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her official capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her individual capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his official capacity), James E. Peltzer (in his individual capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her official capacity), A. Gail Prudenti (in her individual capacity), Judith S. Kaye, Judith S. Kaye, State of New York Commission of Investigation, Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of the State of New York, Thomas J. Cahill (in his official capacity), Thomas J. Cahill (in his individual capacity), Joseph Wigley (in his official capacity), Joseph Wigley (in his individual capacity), Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their official capacity) (dle) (Entered: 03/26/2008)
3/26/2008   ***NOTE TO ATTORNEY TO RE-FILE DOCUMENT - NON-ECF CASE ERROR. Note to Attorney John Walter Fried to MANUALLY RE-FILE Document Notice of Appearance, Document No. 19. This case is not ECF. (db) (Entered: 03/26/2008)
3/26/2008 25  NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by John Walter Fried on behalf of Raymond A. Joao. (jco) (Entered: 03/27/2008)
3/27/2008 26  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Michael C. Grebe served on 3/16/2008, answer due 5/30/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 27  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity) served on 3/5/2008, answer due 3/25/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 28  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Judith S. Kaye served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 29  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of the State of New York served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 30  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. State of New York Commission of Investigation served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 31  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Paul Curran (in individual capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 32  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Angela M. Mazzarelli (in her official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 33  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. James E. Peltzer (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 34  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Joseph Wigley (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 35  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe (in their official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 36  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Richard T. Andrias (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 37  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Thomas J. Cahill (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 38  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Diana Maxfield Kearse (in her official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 39  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. A. Gail Prudenti (in her official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 40  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Lawrence DiGiovanna (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 41  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Appellate Division Second Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 42  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. David Friedman (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 43  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Luiz A. Gonzales (in his official capacity) served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 44  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity) served on 3/17/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
3/27/2008 45  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee served on 3/18/2008, answer due 4/7/2008. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
03/28/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Scheindlin Order regarding Foley Acting as Counsel
3/31/2008 46  ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Shira A. Scheindlin from Kent K. Anker dated 3/28/2008 re: Requesting that defendants Foley & Lardner LLP, Steven C. Becker, Douglas A. Boehm, William J. Dick, and Michael W. Grebe be granted an extension of time to respond to plaintiffs' complaint. ENDORSEMENT: Defendants request is granted. Plaintiffs response is due June 30, 2008, Defendants' reply is due July 14, 2008. So Ordered. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 3/28/2008) (jpo) (Entered: 03/31/2008)
4/1/2008 MISSING FROM DOCKET Motion in Opposition to Florida Bar Motion to Dismiss Part 1 - Conflicts
04/07/2008 47  MOTION to Allow Filling of an Amend/Correct 1 Complaint. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein. (jmi) (Entered: 04/08/2008)
04/07/2008  48 MOTION in Opposition to Defendants re: 12 MOTION to Dismiss Based on Material and Substantial Evidence. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein. (jmi) (Entered: 04/08/2008)
4/7/2008   Motion in Opposition to Florida Bar Motion to Dismiss Part 2
04/08/2008  49

Missing Document

ORDER: The Court has received a document styled "opposition to Defendants Motion to dismiss." from plaintiffs. This document was apparently sent directly to Chambers, not to the Courts Pro Se Office. Because plaintiffs have failed to comply with the Court's standing order this document is rejected. If plaintiff seeks to file a motion they must do so through the Court's Pro SE Office. The time for defendants to move to dismiss is extended to May 30, 2008, plaintiffs response is due by June 30, 2008 Defendants reply is due July 14, 2008. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 4/8/2008) (jpo) (Entered: 04/09/2008 )
04/11/2008   50 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Raymond A. Joao served on 3/25/2008, answer due 5/30/2008. Service was accepted by John W. Fried. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 04/11/2008)
04/11/2008  51 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. William J. Dick served on 3/25/2008, answer due 5/30/2008. Service was accepted by William J. Dick. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 04/11/2008)
04/11/2008   52 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Douglas A. Boehm served on 3/24/2008, answer due 5/30/2008. Service was accepted by Douglas Boehm. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 04/11/2008)
04/11/2008   53 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Steven C. Becker served on 3/24/2008, answer due 5/30/2008. Service was accepted by Steven Becker. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 04/11/2008)
04/11/2008   54 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Complaint, served. Foley Lardner LLP served on 3/20/2008, answer due 5/30/2008. Service was accepted by James R. Clark. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (dle) (Entered: 04/11/2008)
04/15/2000 NOT DOCKETED FINAL SENT TO COURT and Letter to Virginia Bar Counsel Attorney General Hall re phone conversation and conflicts
4/15/2008 NOT DOCKETED Proskauer Request to not be served via email
04/15/2008   55 ORDER that the Court has received plaintiffs' request to file an Amended Complaint. Plaintiffs' request is granted. The Amended Complaint must be filed no later than 5/10/08. Notwithstanding the filing of the Amended Complaint, defendants' deadline to move to dismiss or file an Answer remains 5/30/08. Plaintiffs' response remains due on 6/30/08. Defendants' reply, if any, remains due on 7/14/08. The parties are again reminded that the restrictions on page limits and exhibits detailed in the Court's Individual Rules and Procedures are in effect, and memoranda of law that do not comply with these Rules will be rejected. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 4/14/08) (dle) (Entered: 04/15/2008)
04/21/2008 Not Docketed 20080421 FINAL SIGNED Motion for Pro Bono Counsel
04/22/2008 Not Docketed Friedkin Anker for Foley Deny Email Service
04/24/2008  56 MOTION for Stephen Hall to Appear Pro Hac Vice. Document filed by Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel (in her official capacity), Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino. (dle) (Entered: 04/25/2008)
04/29/2008  n/a CASHIERS OFFICE REMARK on 56 Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice, in the amount of $25.00, paid on 04/24/2008, Receipt Number 649058. (jd) (Entered: 04/29/2008)
05/02/2008 NOT DOCKETED Foley Anker Appearance and letter re Conflicts
05/02/2008 NOT DOCKETED Foley Anker to Bernstein to stop contacting Foley
05/02/2008  57 DECLARATION of Kent K. Anker RESPONSE to Plaintiffs' Motion for Pro Bono Counsel. Document filed by Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker. (jmi) (Entered: 05/05/2008)
05/02/2008   58 RULE 7.1 CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT. No Corporate Parent. Document filed by Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker. (jmi) (Entered: 05/05/2008)
05/02/2008  59 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by Lili Zandpour, Kent Kari Anker on behalf of Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker (jmi) (Entered: 05/05/2008)
05/09/2008 NOT DOCKETED Proskauer letter to Scheindlin to block service of amended complaint
05/09/2008 60 ORDER: Service of any amended complaint will be stayed until such time as the scheduled motions to dismiss have been decided. Accordingly, the time for newly named defendants to respond to the Complaint is hereby stayed until after the Court has ruled on those motions. This Order is subject to reconsideration upon receipt of opposition, if any, from plaintiffs. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 5/9/08) (tro) (Entered: 05/12/2008)
05/12/2008 61 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by Joanna Frances Smith on behalf of Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity), Kenneth Rubenstein, Proskauer Rose LLP (pl) (Entered: 05/13/2008)
05/12/2008  62 MOTION for a pro se office to copy and transmit amended complaint to U.S. Marshal's Office. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 05/13/2008)
05/13/2008 63 ORDER granting 56 Motion for Stephen M. Hall to Appear Pro Hac Vice. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 5/13/08) (mme) (Entered: 05/13/2008)
05/12/2008  87

Note number totally out of order and no new defendants added

AMENDED COMPLAINT amending 1 Complaint,,,,,,,,,,, against Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe(in their individual capacity), Paul Curran(in their official capacity), Paul Curran(in individual capacity), Martin R. Gold(in his individual capacity), Martin R. Gold(in thier offical capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli(in her official capacity), Angela M. Mazzarelli(in her individual capacity), Richard T. Andrias(in his official capacity), Richard T. Andrias(in his individual capacity), David B. Saxe, David B. Saxe, David Friedman(in his official capacity), David Friedman(in his individual capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales(in his official capacity), Luiz A. Gonzales(in his individual capacity), Appellate Division Second Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawrence DiGiovanna(in his official capacity), Lawrence DiGiovanna(in his individual capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse(in her official capacity), Diana Maxfield Kearse(in her individual capacity), James E. Peltzer(in his offical capacity), James E. Peltzer(in his individual capcity), A. Gail Prudenti(in her offical capacity), A. Gail Prudenti(in her individual capacity), Steven C. Krane(in his official capacity), Steven C. Krane(in his individual capacity), Judith S. Kaye, Judith S. Kaye, Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer, Raymond A. Joao, Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker, State of New York Commission of Investigation, Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of the State of New York, The Florida Bar, Lorraine Christine Hoffman(in her official capacity), Lorraine Christine Hoffman(in her individual capacity), Eric Turner(in his official capacity), Eric Turner(in his individual capacity), John Anthony Boggs(in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs(in his individual capacity), Kenneth Marvin(in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin(in his individual capacity), Thomas J. Cahill(in his official capacity), Thomas Hall(in his official capacity), Thomas Hall(in his individual capacity), Debroah Yarborough(in her official capacity), Debroah Yarborough(in her individual capacity), Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman(in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman(in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel(in her official capacity), Noel Sengel(in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino, Thomas J. Cahill(in his individual capacity), John Does, Joseph Wigley(in his official capacity), Joseph Wigley(in his individual capacity), Catherine O'Hagen Wolfe(in their official capacity).Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein(Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein, P. Stephen Lamont. Related document: 1 Complaint,,,,,,,,,,, filed by P. Stephen Lamont, Eliot I. Bernstein.(dle) (Entered: 07/03/2008)
05/13/2008 NOT DOCKETED Request for Clarification on Order dated May 9th 2008
05/13/2008 NOT DOCKETED Proskauer Request for Amended Complaint
05/13/2008 NOT DOCKETED Scheindlin Order Denying Pro Se Copying
05/14/2008 64 MEMO ENDORSEMENT on re: 62 MOTION for a pro se office to copy and transmit amended complaint to U.S. Marshal's Office. filed by P. Stephen Lamont, Eliot I. Bernstein ENDORSEMENT; In accordance with this court's order dated May 9, 2008, service of any amended complaint is stayed until such the as the scheduled motions to dismiss are decided. Plaintiff's motion is therefore denied with leave to renew after that time. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 5/13/08) (mme) (Entered: 05/14/2008)
05/22/2008 65 MOTION IN OPPOSITION TO 60 STAY ORDER dated 5/9/08 - REQUEST FOR CLARIFICATION ORDER. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein, P. Stephen Lamont. (db) (Entered: 05/22/2008)
05/28/2008 NOT DOCKETED Court returns Motion for Pro Bono to Refile
05/28/2008 66 MOTION for an order of dismissal, under FRCP Rule 12 dismissing the Complaint in this action as to the Virginia Defendants in its entirety. Document filed by Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel (in her official capacity), Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino. (dle) (Entered: 05/29/2008)
05/28/2008 67 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 66 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by Virginia State Bar, Andrew H. Goodman (in his official capacity), Andrew H. Goodman (in his individual capacity), Noel Sengel (in her official capacity), Noel Sengel (in her individual capacity), Mary W. Martelino. (dle) (Entered: 05/29/2008)
05/30/2008 68 MOTION for an order pursuant to F.R.C.P. 12(b)(2) and (6) to Dismiss the Amended Complaint; w/ attch. Declaration in support. Document filed by Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity), Eric Turner (in his official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity). (pl) (Entered: 05/30/2008)
05/30/2008 69 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 68 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her official capacity), John Anthony Boggs (in his official capacity), Kenneth Marvin (in his official capacity, et al. (pl) (Entered: 05/30/2008)
05/30/2008 70 FILING ERROR - ELECTRONIC FILING IN NON-ECF CASE - CROSS MOTION to Dismiss Complaint. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (Howard, Richard) Modified on 6/2/2008 (KA). (Entered: 05/30/2008)

old entry below

CROSS MOTION to Dismiss Complaint. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (Howard, Richard) (Entered: 05/30/2008)

05/30/2008 71 FILING ERROR - ELECTRONIC FILING IN NON-ECF CASE - AFFIDAVIT of Richard M. Howard, Esq. in Support re: 70 CROSS MOTION to Dismiss Complaint. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (Howard, Richard) Modified on 6/2/2008 (KA). (Entered: 05/30/2008)

old entry

AFFIDAVIT of Richard M. Howard, Esq. in Support re: 70 CROSS MOTION to Dismiss Complaint.. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (Howard, Richard) (Entered: 05/30/2008)

05/30/2008 72 FILING ERROR - ELECTRONIC FILING IN NON-ECF CASE - AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE of Notice of Cross Motion with Affidavit in Support served on Elliot I. Bernstein, P. Stephen Lamont, Monica Connell, Esq., Gregg M. Mashberg, Esq., Glenn T. Burhans, Jr., Esq., John W. Fried, Esq. on May 30, 2008. Service was made by Mail. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (Howard, Richard) Modified on 6/2/2008 (KA). (Entered: 05/30/2008)

old entry

AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE of Notice of Cross Motion with Affidavit in Support served on Eliot I. Bernstein, P. Stephen Lamont, Monica Connell, Esq., Gregg M. Mashberg, Esq., Glenn T. Burhans, Jr., Esq., John W. Fried, Esq. on May 30, 2008. Service was made by Mail. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (Howard, Richard) (Entered: 05/30/2008)

05/30/2008 73 MOTION to Dismiss the Amended Complaint. Document filed by State of New York Commission of Investigation et al. (cd) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008  74 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 73 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by State of New York Commission of Investigation et al. (cd) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
and
Exhibit Court Case
05/30/2008 75 MOTION for an order pursuant to Rules 8 (a)(2), 9(b), 12(b)(1), and 12(b)(6), of the F.R.C.P. to Dismiss the Amended Complaint. Document filed by Raymond A. Joao. (pl) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 76 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 75 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by Raymond A. Joao. (pl) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 77 DECLARATION of John W. Fried in Support re: 75 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by Raymond A. Joao. (pl) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 78 MOTION to Dismiss the Complaint and Amended Complaint, with prejudice. Document filed by Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity), Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP. (cd) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 79 DECLARATION of Joanna Smith in Support re: 78 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity), Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP. (cd) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 80 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 78 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by Steven C. Krane (in his individual capacity), Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Proskauer Rose LLP. (cd) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 81 MOTION for an order pursuant to F.R.C.P. 9(b) and 12(b)(b) dismissing the original and amended complaints. Document filed by Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker.(pl) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/30/2008 82 DECLARATION of Lili Zandpour in Support re: 81 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker. (pl) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
05/31/2008 NOT DOCKETED Rule 26 Letter to Anker Foley

Rule 26 Letter to Connell NYAG

Rule 26 Letter to Fried

Rule 26 Letter to Greenberg Traurig & Florida Supreme Court & Florida Bar

Rule 26 Letter to Meltzer

Rule 26 Letter to Proskauer

Rule 26 Letter to Virginia Bar Hall

06/02/2008    ***NOTE TO ATTORNEY TO RE-FILE DOCUMENT - NON-ECF CASE ERROR. Note to Attorney Richard M. Howard to MANUALLY RE-FILE Document Cross-Motion to Dismiss Complaint, Document No. 70. This case is not ECF. (KA) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
06/02/2008   ***NOTE TO ATTORNEY TO RE-FILE DOCUMENT - NON-ECF CASE ERROR. Note to Attorney Richard M. Howard to MANUALLY RE-FILE Document Affidavit in Support of Motion, Document No. 71. This case is not ECF. (KA) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
06/02/2008   ***NOTE TO ATTORNEY TO RE-FILE DOCUMENT - NON-ECF CASE ERROR. Note to Attorney Richard M. Howard to MANUALLY RE-FILE Document Affidavit of Service, Document No. 72. This case is not ECF. (KA) (Entered: 06/02/2008)
06/03/2008 NOT DOCKETED 20080603 Anker Foley Rule 26 Response
06/03/2008 83 CROSS-MOTION to Dismiss plaintiffs' complaint purs to FRCP Rule 12(b)(6). Attached is Affidavit. Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (djc) Modified on 6/5/2008 (djc). (Entered: 06/05/2008)
06/06/2008 NOT DOCKETED Court return of Motion to Dismiss Response filed in error supposedly
06/06/2008 85

Note out of order

MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE RESPONSE TO MOTIONS TO DISMISS DUE TO EXTRANEOUS CIRCUMSTANCES AND POSSIBLE ABUSE OF PROCESS AND REQUESTS COURT TO REVISIT PRO BONO COUNSEL. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), P. Stephen Lamont. (pl) (Entered: 06/11/2008)
06/09/2008 84

WRONG CASE

Note out of order and not part of this case but related Esposito case

DECLARATION OF SERVICE of Motion to dismiss dated 5/30/08, the Declaration of Monica A. Connell and State Defendants Memorandum in support of Motion to Dismiss the Amended Complaint served on Pro Se Plaintiff, Attorneys for Harvey Gladstein & Partners, Attorneys for Alan Isaac, and Attorneys for the City defendants on 5/30/08. Service was made by Federal Express. [this looks like entry from a related case but the following text is from this case and Hoffman is not involved in other case???] Document filed by Lorraine Christine Hoffman (in her individual capacity). (pl) Modified on 6/10/2008 (pl). (Entered: 06/10/2008)
06/16/2008 WRONG CASE, ENTERS MY CASE INFO INTO ANDERSON DOCKET Anderson Docket with Eliot as Plaintiff????
06/18/2008  86 ORDER: Plaintiff's moved (doc. #85), for an extension of time to respond to the Motions to Dismiss. Plaintiffs responses due 7/14/08. Defendants replies due 7/28/08. NO FURTHER EXTENSIONS WILL BE GRANTED. Set Deadlines/Hearing as to 73 MOTION to Dismiss. 83 MOTION to Dismiss. 68 MOTION to Dismiss. 78 MOTION to Dismiss. 75 MOTION to Dismiss. 81 MOTION to Dismiss. 66 MOTION to Dismiss: (Responses due by 7/14/2008, Replies due by 7/28/2008.) (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 6/17/07) (db) (Entered: 06/18/2008)
07/03/2008  88 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Amended Complaint served. Thomas Hall (in his individual capacity) served on 6/6/2008, answer due 6/26/2008. Service was accepted by Vickie Vanlith, Administrative Assistant. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually). (pl) (Entered: 07/07/2008)
07/07/2008 89 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Amended Complaint served. The Florida Bar served on 6/6/2008, answer due 6/26/2008. Service was accepted by Jack Harkness-Executive Director. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually). (pl) (Entered: 07/07/2008)
07/14/2008 NOT DOCKETED Letter to Judge Scheindlin Regarding Emergency Situation
07/14/2008 90 OPPOSITION/RESPONSE to Motion re: 83 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/14/2008 91 OPPOSITION/RESPONSE to Motion re: 75 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/14/2008 92 Co-Plaintiff Lamont's Opposition to the Sate Defendants' Motion to Dismiss. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/14/2008 93 opposition/RESPONSE to Motion re: 78 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/14/2008 94 OPPOSITION/RESPONSE to Motion re: 81 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/14/2008 95 RESPONSE to Motion re: 12 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/14/2008 96 OPPOSITION RESPONSE to Motion re: 66 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (djc) (Entered: 07/15/2008)
07/15/2008 97 MOTION for Extension of Time To File Responsive Pleadings to Motions to Dismiss & Opposition to Motions to Dismiss; attached are papers in support. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually).(cd) (Entered: 07/17/2008)
07/17/2008 98 ORDER: It is hereby stipulated and agreed that the Clerk's Certificate obtained by plaintiff is vacated. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 7/17/2008) (jpo) (Entered: 07/17/2008)
07/16/2008 99  MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Amended Complaint, served. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee served on 6/19/2008, answer due 7/9/2008. Service was accepted by Tom McGowan. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein; P. Stephen Lamont. (jpo) (Entered: 07/21/2008)
07/16/2008 100 MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Amended Complaint served. Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP served on 6/19/2008, answer due 7/9/2008. Service was accepted by Tom McGowan. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (tro) (Entered: 07/21/2008)
07/18/2008 NOT DOCKETED FINAL SIGNED Opposition to Proskauer latter dated July 17 2008
07/24/2008 101 REPLY MEMORANDUM OF LAW ON BEHALF of Defendants Lewis and MLGB Document filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer. (djc) (Entered: 07/25/2008)
07/28/2008 102 REPLY MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 75 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by Raymond A. Joao. (pl) (Entered: 07/29/2008)
07/28/2008 103 REPLY MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 81 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by Foley Lardner LLP, Michael C. Grebe, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker. (pl) (Entered: 07/29/2008)
07/28/2008 104   SUPPLEMENTAL DECLARATION of Joanna Smith in Support re: 78 MOTION to Dismiss. Document filed by Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity), Kenneth Rubenstein. (pl) (Entered: 07/29/2008)
07/28/2008 105 REPLY MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 78 MOTION to Dismiss.. Document filed by Steven C. Krane (in his official capacity), Kenneth Rubenstein. (pl) (Entered: 07/29/2008)
08/01/2008 106 ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Schira A. Scheindlin from P. Stephen Lamont dated 7/29/08 re: Request for leave to file a sur reply. ENDORSEMENT: Plaintiff's request to file a sur-reply is denied. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 8/1/08) (cd) (Entered: 08/04/2008)
08/08/2008 107 OPINION AND ORDER that for the reasons stated above, defendants' motions to dismiss are granted. The remaining defendants are dismissed sua sponte. The Clerk of the Court is directed to close these and related motions (documents no. 12,47,48,65,66,68,73,75,78,81,83, and 97 on the docket sheet) and this case re: 75 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Raymond A. Joao, 47 MOTION to Amend/Correct 1 Complaint, filed by Eliot I. Bernstein, 66 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Andrew H. Goodman, Virginia State Bar, Noel Sengel, Mary W. Martelino, 83 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP, Lewis S. Meltzer, 68 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Eric Turner, Lorraine Christine Hoffman, Kenneth Marvin, John Anthony Boggs, 48 MOTION in Opposition to Defendants Motionto Dismiss Based on Material and Substantial Evidence re: 12 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Eliot I. Bernstein, 97 MOTION for Extension of Time, filed by Eliot I. Bernstein, 73 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by State of New York Commission of Investigation, 81 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Michael C. Grebe, Foley Lardner LLP, William J. Dick, Douglas A. Boehm, Steven C. Becker, 12 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Eric Turner, Lorraine Christine Hoffman, Kenneth Marvin, John Anthony Boggs, The Florida Bar, 65 MOTION re: 60 Order, filed by P. Stephen Lamont, Eliot I. Bernstein, 78 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Proskauer Rose LLP, Kenneth Rubenstein, Estate of Stephen Kaye, Steven C. Krane. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 8/8/08) Copies sent by chambers.(cd) (Entered: 08/11/2008)
08/08/2008   Transmission to Judgments and Orders Clerk. Transmitted re: 107 Memorandum & Opinion, to the Judgments and Orders Clerk. (cd) (Entered: 08/11/2008)
08/08/2008   SCHEINDLIN DISMISSAL OF 6 RELATED CASES TO ANDERSON
08/08/2008  

Transmission to Judgments and Orders Clerk. Transmitted re: 107 Memorandum & Opinion, to the Judgments and Orders Clerk. (cd) (Entered: 08/11/2008)

08/19/2008 108

ORDER: Plaintiffs move for reconsideration of the Opinion and Order dated 8/8/08, in which this Court granted certain defendants' motions to dismiss and dismissed all other defendants sua sponte. The federal courts are simply not the appropriate forum for plaintiffs to seek redress of these grievances. Plaintiffs have not identified any material facts or law overlooked by the Court. Reconsideration is there denied. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 8/19/08) (tro) (Entered: 08/19/2008)

08/19/2008 109

MOTION for Reconsideration and Modification of the Court's August 8,2008 re; 107 Memorandum & Opinion. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually), Eliot I. Bernstein. (jmi) (Entered: 09/11/2008)

09/04/2008 112

NOTICE OF APPEAL from 107 Memorandum & Opinion. Document filed by P. Stephen Lamont. Filing fee $ 455.00, receipt number E 662193. Copies mailed to attorney(s) of record: Attorney General, NYS. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

09/05/2008 111

NOTICE OF APPEAL from 107 Memorandum & Opinion. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein. Copies mailed to attorney(s) of record: Attorney General, NYS. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

Notice of Appeal & Extension of Time

Motion for Extension to File Appeal

09/05/2008  

Appeal Remark as to 111 Notice of Appeal filed by Eliot I. Bernstein. $455.00 APPEAL FEE DUE. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

09/23/2008 110

MARSHAL'S PROCESS RECEIPT AND RETURN OF SERVICE EXECUTED Summons and Amended Complaint served. Eric Turner (in his official capacity) served on 8/13/2008, answer due 9/2/2008; Eric Turner (in his individual capacity) served on 8/13/2008, answer due 9/2/2008. Service was made by MAIL. Document filed by Eliot I. Bernstein (Individually); Eliot I. Bernstein. (js) (Entered: 09/24/2008)

09/30/2008  

Transmission of Notice of Appeal and Certified Copy of Docket Sheet to US Court of Appeals re: 111 Notice of Appeal. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

09/30/2008  

Transmission of Notice of Appeal to the District Judge re: 111 Notice of Appeal. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

09/30/2008  

Transmission of Notice of Appeal to the District Judge re: 111 Notice of Appeal. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

09/30/2008  

Transmission of Notice of Appeal to the District Judge re: 112 Notice of Appeal. (tp) (Entered: 09/30/2008)

10/02/2008 113

Appeal Record Sent to USCA (Index). Notice that the Original index to the record on Appeal for 111 Notice of Appeal filed by Eliot I. Bernstein 3 Copies of the index, Certified Clerk Certificate and Certified Docket Sheet were transmitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals. (nd) (tp). (Entered: 10/02/2008)

10/02/2008  

Appeal Record Sent to USCA (File). Indexed record on Appeal Files for 111 Notice of Appeal filed by Eliot I. Bernstein were transmitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals. (Total of 4 volumes sent to USCA on 10/3/2008). (nd) (Entered: 10/02/2008)

10/02/2008 114

Appeal Record Sent to USCA (Index). Notice that the Original index to the record on Appeal for 112 Notice of Appeal filed by P. Stephen Lamont 3 Copies of the index, Certified Clerk Certificate and Certified Docket Sheet were transmitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals. (nd) (tp). (Entered: 10/02/2008)

10/02/2008  

Appeal Record Sent to USCA (File). Indexed record on Appeal Files for 112 Notice of Appeal filed by P. Stephen Lamont were transmitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals. (nd) (Entered: 10/02/2008)

10/08/2008  

USCA Case Number 08-4873-cv from the US Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit assigned to 112 Notice of Appeal filed by P. Stephen Lamont. (nd) (Entered: 10/08/2008)

     
     DOCUMENTS FILED BUT NOT YET ON COURT DOCKET
1/25/2008   Court Memorandum to Serve 2 Copies of Complaint as Courtesy to the Attorney General [Andrew Cuomo]
2/19/2008   RE: MISSING COMPLAINTS TO US MARSHALL FOR SERVICE IN CASE

07 CIV. 11196 (SAS) ELIOT I. BERNSTEIN, ET AL. V. APPELLATE DIVISION FIRST DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAL DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE, ET AL.

3/5/2008 Not Docketed Re: Plaintiffs Opposition to State Defendants Letter of February 29, 2008 in Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division, First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
Docket No. 07 CV 11196 (SAS)
3/5/2008 Not Docketed and Perhaps Skipped Re: Plaintiffs Opposition to Proskauer Rose March 4, 2008 to this Court in Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division, First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
Docket No. 07 CV 11196 (SAS)
3/10/2008   New First Department Attorney Ethics Complaints filed against Proskauer Rose, LLP, Foley and Lardner, Gregg M. Mashberg of Proskauer, Joanna F. Smith of Proskauer, Todd C. Norbitz of Foley and Lardner and Anne B. Sekel of Foley and Lardner.
3/13/2008 Not Docketed Re: Plaintiffs Opposition to Court Order dated March 7, 2008 in Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division, First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
Docket No. 07 CV 11196 (SAS)
3/14/2008   Letter to New York Attorney General to reinvestigate prior Iviewit complaints against public office corruption based on the new information in Anderson
4/1/2008   Motion in Opposition to Florida Bar Motion to Dismiss Part 1 - Conflicts
4/7/2008   Motion in Opposition to Florida Bar Motion to Dismiss Part 2
4/7/2008   Motion to allow for filing Amended Complaint
9/24/2007   Letter from New York Attorney General denying investigation of public officials at First Department
10/06/2008   Cahill Complaint First Department Reardon Response
     
     

 


General Docket
US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
                   Second  Circuit Court of
                            Appeals

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Court of Appeals Docket #:       08-4873-cv
Nsuit :  3470              STATUTES-RICOH

Bernstein v. Appellate Division First              Filed   10/3/08
Department Disciplinary Committee

Appeal     SDNY (NEW YORK CITY)
from:

Case type information:

      Civil

      Private

      None

Lower court information:

    District:      07-cv-11196

    Trial Judge:   Shira A. Scheindlin

    MagJudge:

    Date Filed:      12/12/07

    Date order/judgement:     8/8/2008

    Date NOA filed:  9/5/2008

Fee status: Paid

Panel Assignment:

Panel:

Date of decision:

Prior cases:  NONE

Current cases NONE

Official Caption 1/
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Docket No. [s] : 08-4873 -cv

Eliot I. Bernstein, individually,  P. Stephen Lamont, on
behalf of Shareholders of Iviweit Holdings, Inc.,
Iviewit Technologies, Inc., Uview.com, Inc., Iviewit.com,
 Inc., I.C., Inc., Iviewit.com LLC, Iviewit LLC, Iviewit
Corporation, Iviewit, Inc., and Patent Interest Holders,


	Plaintiff-Appellant,

v.

Appellate Division First Department Departmental,
Thomas J. Cahill, in his official capacity, in his
individual capacity,  Joseph  Wigely, in his official
capacity, in his individual capacity,  Catherine O`Hagan
Wolfe, in their officical capacity, in their individual
capacity,  Paul  Curran, in their official capacity, in
thier individual capacity,  Martin R. Gold, in his
individual capacity, in their official capacity,  Angela
M Mazzarelli, in her official capacity, in their oficial
capacity,  Richard T. Andrias, in his official capacity,
in their official capacity,  David B. Saxe, in his
official capacity, in their individual capacity,  David
Friedman, in his official capacity, in their individual
capacity,  Luis A. Gonzales, in his official capacity,
in their individual capacity,  Appellate Division Second
Department Departmenta,  Lawrence F. DiGiovanna, in his
official capacity, in their individual capacity,  Diana
Maxfield Kearse, in his official capacity, in their
individual capacity,  James E. Peltzer, in his official
capacity, in their individual capacity,  A. Gail
Prudenti, in his official capacity, in their individual
capacity,  Steven C. Krane, in his official capacity, in
their individual capacity,  Hon. Judith S. Kaye, in his
official capacity, in their individual capacity,
Kenneth  Rubenstein,  Estate of Stephen Kaye,  Proskauer
Rose LLP,  Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breistone LLP,
Lewis S. Meltzer,  Raymond A. Joao,  Foley Lardner LLP,
Michael C. Grebe,  William J. Dick,  Douglas A. Boehm,
Steven C. Becker,  State of New York Commission of
Investigation,  Lawyers Fund for Client Protection of
the State,  The Florida Bar,  Lorraine Christine Hoffman,
 in her official capacity, in her individual capacity,
Eric  Turner, in her official capacity, in her
individual capacity,  John Anthony Boggs, in her
official capacity, in her individual capacity,  Kenneth
Marvin, in her official capacity, in her individual
capacity,  Thomas  Hall, in her official capacity, in
her individual capacity,  Deborah  Yarborough,  Virginia
State Bar,  Andrew H. Goodman, in his officail capacity,
in his individual capacity,  Noel  Sengel, in his
officail capacity, in his individual capacity,  Mary W.
Martelino, in her individual capacity,  John  Does,

	Defendants-Appellees.

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Docket No. [s] : 08-4873 -cv

Bernstein  v.  Appellate Division First Department
Disciplinary Committee

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1/ Fed. R. App. P. Rule 12 [a] and 32 [a].
2/ For use on correspondence and motions only.

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Deborah  Yarborough

Defendant-Appellee

John  Does

Defendant-Appellee

The Florida Bar

Defendant-Appellee

Thomas  Hall

Defendant-Appellee

Eliot I. Bernstein             Eliot I. Bernstein

Plaintiff-Appellant            n/a

                               2753 Northwest 34th Street
                               Boca Raton , FL , 33434

                               561-245-8588

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Estate of Stephen Kaye         Joanna Frances Smith Esq.

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]
                               Proskauer Rose LLP

                               1585 Broadway
                               New York , NY , 10036

                               212-969-3437

Kenneth  Rubenstein            Joanna Frances Smith Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Proskauer Rose LLP             Joanna Frances Smith Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Steven C. Krane                Joanna Frances Smith Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Raymond A. Joao                John W. Fried Esq.

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]
                               Fried & Epstein  LLP

                               1350 Broadway
                               New York , NY , 10018

                               212-268-7111

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Douglas A. Boehm               Kent K. Anker Esq.

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]
                               Friedman Kaplan Seiler &
                               Adelman LLP
                               1633 Broadway
                               New York  , NY , 10019

                               212-833-1100

Foley Lardner LLP              Kent K. Anker Esq.(See above)

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Michael C. Grebe               Kent K. Anker Esq.(See above)

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Steven C. Becker               Kent K. Anker Esq.(See above)

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

William J. Dick                Kent K. Anker Esq.(See above)

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

A. Gail Prudenti               Monica Anne Connell Esq.

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Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]
                               Attorney General of the State
                               of New York
                               120 Broadway
                               New York , NY , 10271

                               212-416-8965

Andrew H. Goodman              Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Angela M Mazzarelli            Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Appellate Division First       Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
Department Departmental        above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Appellate Division Second      Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
Department Departmental        above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Catherine O'Hagan Wolfe        Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

David  Friedman                Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

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David B. Saxe                  Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Diana  Maxfield Kearse         Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Eric  Turner                   Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Hon. Judith S. Kaye            Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

James E. Peltzer               Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

John Anthony Boggs             Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

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Joseph  Wigely                 Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Kenneth  Marvin                Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Lawrence F. DiGiovanna         Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Lawyers Fund for Client        Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
Protection of the State of     above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Lorraine Christine Hoffman     Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Luis A. Gonzales               Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Martin R. Gold                 Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Docket as of   February 06, 2009  3:05 am              Page   9

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Mary W. Martelino              Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Noel  Sengel                   Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Paul  Curran                   Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Richard T. Andrias             Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

State of New York Commission   Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
of Investigation               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Thomas J. Cahill               Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See
                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

Virginia State Bar             Monica Anne Connell Esq.(See

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                               above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

P. Stephen Lamont              P. Stephen Lamont

Plaintiff-Appellant            n/a

                               35 Locust Avenue
                               Rye , NY , 10580

                               914-217-0038

Appellate Division First       Patrick J. Walsh Esq.
Department Departmental
Defendant-Appellee             [ n ]
                               U.S. Attorney Generals Office,
                               State of New York
                               120 Broadway
                               New York  , NY ,  10007

                               212-416-6197

Lewis S. Meltzer               Richard M. Howard Esq.

Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]
                               Law Offices of Richard M. Howard

                               190 Willis Avenue
                               Mineola , NY , 11501

                               516-747-0300

Meltzer Lippe Goldstein &      Richard M. Howard Esq.(See
Breistone LLP                  above)
Defendant-Appellee             [ LD n ]

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   10/3/08  APPELLANT   Eliot Bernstein,  P. Lamont,
            Copy of notice of appeal and district court
            docket entries on behalf of  APPELLANT
            Eliot Bernstein,  P. Lamont,  filed.
            [Entry date Oct  6 2008  ]  [AJ]

   10/3/08  Note: This appeal was PRO SE when filed.
            [Entry date Oct  6 2008  ]  [AJ]

   10/3/08  Copy of receipt re: payment of docketing fee
            filed on behalf of  APPELLANT   Eliot
            Bernstein,  P. Lamont,  .RECEIPT #662193
            [Entry date Oct  6 2008  ]  [AJ]

   10/3/08  Copy of district court order dated 08/08/08
            RECEIVED.   [Entry date Oct  6 2008  ]  [AJ]

   10/3/08  Record on appeal filed. (Original papers of
            district court.)  Volume(4)    [Entry date
            Oct  6 2008  ]  [AJ]

   10/6/08  Instructional Forms sent to Pro Se litigant
             [Entry date Oct  6 2008  ]  [AJ]
10/6/08		Acknowledgement of Appeal Lamont
10/6/08		Docketing Letter_2nd Circuit Lamont- Missing Pages

   10/8/08  Record on appeal received in records room
            from team (4 vols).   [Entry date Oct  8
            2008  ]  [RW]

  10/14/08  Notice of appeal acknowledgment letter from
            P. Lamont received.   [Entry date Oct 16
            2008  ]  [AJ]

  10/15/08  Scheduling order #1 filed. Appellants brief
            due  11/17/2008. Appellees brief due
            12/17/2008. Ready week  2/2/2009.   [Entry
            date Oct 15 2008  ]  [AJ]

  10/15/08  Notice to counsel and pro se: scheduling
            order #1   [Entry date Oct 15 2008  ]  [AJ]

  10/16/08  The new case manager assigned to this case
            is: Holmes, Deborah.   [Entry date Oct 16
            2008  ]  [JM]

  10/23/08  APPELLANT   Eliot Bernstein,  motion
            received.    [Entry date Oct 23 2008  ]  [DH]

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  10/23/08  Appellant  Eliot Bernstein motion for a 60 -
            90 day extension of time to file briefs,
            filed with proof of service.   [Entry date
            Nov 19 2008  ]  [DH]

  11/17/08  Notice of Appearance Filed by   P. Lamont on
            behalf of P. Stephen Lamont (Orig in acco,
            copy to Calendar and Admissions Dept.).
            [Entry date Nov 18 2008  ]  [DH]

  11/17/08  APPELLANT   P. Lamont,  brief and joint
            appendix with proof of service filed.
            [Entry date Nov 18 2008  ]  [DH]

  11/19/08  Copy of Appellant`s Motion for an extension
            of time served on Appellee`s by Case Manager.
               [Entry date Nov 19 2008  ]  [DH]
11/20/08	Court of Appeal Extension Letter, Not Docketed
  11/24/08  Notice to parties regarding court order
            dated 11/24/08   [Entry date Nov 24 2008  ]
            [AS]

  11/24/08  Order FILED GRANTING motion extended time by
            Appellant  Eliot Bernstein, endorsed on
            motion dated 10/23/2008. IT IS HEREBY
            ORDERED that Appellant`s motion an extension
            of time is GRANTED.Appellant`s brief and
            appendix shall be filed on or before
            February 17, 2009. No further extensions of
            time is GRANTED . Appellee`s brief is due on
            or before March 19, 2009. The appeal shall
            be heard no earlier than the week of April 4,
             2009 Before on  RKW. Endorsed by JP
            Administrative Attorney   [Entry date Nov 24
            2008  ]  [AS]

  11/25/08  Papers <Notice of Receipt of Appellant's
            Motion > from Kent K. Anker, received.
            [Entry date Dec  2 2008  ]  [DH]

   12/3/08  Letter dated December 2, 2008 from Attorney
            Gregg M. Mashberg regarding briefing
            schedule for appellee's, received.  (All
            Appellee's briefs are due as scheduled March
            19, 2009).   [Entry date Dec  4 2008  ]  [DH]

   12/3/08  Letter dated December 3, 2008 from Stephan M.
             Hall, Assistant Attorney General, who will
            be representing the Virginia State Bar
            Employees, received.   [Entry date Dec  5
            2008  ]  [DH]

  12/17/08  Motion for  admission pro hac vice (Stephen
            M. Hall), filed with proof of service.
            [Entry date Dec 18 2008  ]  [DH]

  12/19/08  Notice to counsel/pro se re:  Motion Order
            dated 12/19/08.   [Entry date Dec 19 2008  ]
             [DH]

Docket as of   February 06, 2009  3:05 am              Page  14

                                                       INDIV

                                                       OPEN

  12/19/08  Order FILED GRANTING motion for admission
            pro hac vice by  endorsed on motion dated
            12/17/2008.  IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the
            motion is GRANTED.  Attorney Hall is
            admitted pro hac vice.  Endorsed for the
            Court by JP, Motions Staff Attorney.
            [Entry date Dec 19 2008  ]  [DH]

  12/31/08  Letter dated December 5, 2008 from Attorney
            John W. Fried, informing the Court of his
            change of address, received.   [Entry date
            Dec 31 2008  ]  [DH]

  12/31/08  Request for address change for  John W.
            Fried, Esq. new address:  Fried & Epstein
            LLP, Empire State Building, 350 Fifth Avenue,
             Ste. 7612, New York, NY 10018..

               [Entry date Dec 31 2008  ]  [DH]
12/31/08  Letter dated December 5, 2008 from Attorney
            John W. Fried, informing the Court of his
            change of address, received.   [Entry date
            Dec 31 2008  ]  [DH]
  12/31/08  Request for address change for  John W.
            Fried, Esq. new address:  Fried & Epstein
            LLP, Empire State Building, 350 Fifth Avenue,
             Ste. 7612, New York, NY 10018..
               [Entry date Dec 31 2008  ]  [DH]
12/31/08	US Court of Appeals Docs and Docket Report
   1/30/09  Appellant  Eliot Bernstein motion for
            "extension of time to file briefs, stay of
            the appeal, conflicts, docketing and other
            errors and other requests," filed with proof
            of service.   [Entry date Jan 30 2009  ]
            [DH]
   1/30/09  Appellant  Eliot Bernstein motion for stay
            of appeal, conflicts, dockting and other
            erors and requests,  filed with proof of
            service.   [Entry date Feb 18 2009  ]  [DH]
    2/6/09  Notice to counsel/pro se re:  Motion Order
            dated 2/6/09.   [Entry date Feb  6 2009  ]
            [DH]
    2/6/09  Order FILED DENYING motion for an extension
            of  time and to stay the appeal by Appellant
             Eliot Bernstein, endorsed on motion dated
            1/30/2009.  IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the
            motion by pro se Appellant for a fifteen to
            eighteen month extension of time to file
            brief or a stay of the appeal is DENIED.
            Before:  RKW, CJ.  Endorsed for the Court by
            JF, Administrative Attorney.   [Entry date
            Feb  6 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/10/09  Appellant P. Stephen Lamont papers in
            opposition to motion to Appellant's
            Bernsteins extension fo  time filed with
            proof of service.   [Entry date Feb 13 2009
            ]  [DH]
   2/13/09  Letter/motion dated February 13, 2009 via
            fax from appellant requesting a temporary
            stay of the submission  until the White
            House and Oval Office the United States
            Attorney General and other Necessary parties
            can be heard by conference call, received.
            [Entry date Feb 13 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/17/09  Letter dated February 16, 2009 from
            appellant regarding his temporary stay sent
            via fax, received.   [Entry date Feb 17 2009
Docket as of   February 28, 2009  2:33 am              Page  15
                                                       INDIV
                                                       OPEN
             ]  [DH]
02/17/09	Second Circuit Holmes request for stay to file appeal and confirmation deliveries low
   2/17/09  Letter dated February 17, 2009 via fax from
            Appellant Bernstein, received.   [Entry date
            Feb 24 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/18/09  Notice to counsel/pro se re:  Motion Order
            dated 2/18/09.   [Entry date Feb 18 2009  ]
            [DH]
   2/18/09  Order FILED REFERRING motion to stay the
            appeal, conflicts, docketing and other
            errors and requests  by Appellant  Eliot
            Bernstein, endorsed on motion dated
            1/30/2009.  This motion other than the
            extension request, is sent to the panel that
            will hear the apeal.  Endorsed for the Court
            by CJM, Sup, Staff Attorney.   [Entry date
            Feb 18 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/19/09  Order filed stating, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED
            that pro se Appellant's motion for
            reconsideration of the order denying a
            fifteen to eighteen month extension of time
            to file brief or stay of the appeal is
            DENIED.  However, Appellant is accorded a
            grace period until February 27, 2009.  If a
            brief is not filed by that date, the Clerk's
            Office is instructed to dismiss the appeal
            without further notice from the court.
            Appellant is advised that a motion seeking
            reconsideration or other relief from this
            order does not stay the due date.
            Appellee's brief is due on or before March
            30, 2009.  The appeal shall be heard no
            earlier than the week of May 18, 2009.
            Before:  RKW, CJ.  Endorsed for the Court by
            JF, Administrative Attorney.   [Entry date
            Feb 19 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/19/09  Notice to counsel/pro se re:  Order dated
            2/19/08.   [Entry date Feb 19 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/19/09  Scheduling order #2 filed. Appellants brief
            due  2/27/2009. Appellees brief due
            3/30/2009. Ready week  5/18/2009.   [Entry
            date Feb 19 2009  ]  [DH]
   2/19/09  Notice to counsel/pro se re:  Scheduling
            Order #2 dated 2/19/09.   [Entry date Feb 19
            2009  ]  [DH]
   2/19/09  Appellant P. Stephen Lamont papers in
            opposition to Appellant`s Eliot Bernstein's
            motions dated January 30, 2009,  filed with
            proof of service.   [Entry date Feb 20 2009
            ]  [DH]
   2/26/09  APPELLEE    Virginia State Bar,  Andrew
            Goodman,  Mary Martelino,  Noel Sengel,
            Lizbeth L. Miller, Commonwealth of Virginia
            (Virginia Defendants-Appellees), LETTER
            BRIEF filed with proof of service.   [Entry
            date Feb 27 2009  ]  [DH]
Docket as of   February 28, 2009  2:33 am              Page  17

   1/30/09  Appellant  Eliot Bernstein motion for
            "extension of time to file briefs, stay of
            the appeal, conflicts, docketing and other
            errors and other requests," filed with proof
            of service.   [Entry date Jan 30 2009  ]
            [DH]
20090227	Apellant Eliot Bernstein Brief
Docket as of   February 06, 2009  3:05 am              Page  15
Docket as of   March 13, 2009     3:57 am              Page  16

            (Virginia Defendants-Appellees), LETTER
            BRIEF filed with proof of service.   [Entry
            date Feb 27 2009  ]  [DH]

   2/27/09  APPELLANT   Eliot Bernstein,  brief RECEIVED.
                [Entry date Mar  4 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/2/09  APPELLANT   Eliot Bernstein,  motion
            received. Hard copies being forwarded by
            appellant.   [Entry date Mar  6 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/3/09  Notice of Appearance Filed by   Eliot
            Bernstein on behalf of himself. (Orig in
            acco, copy to Calendar and Admissions Dept.).
                [Entry date Mar  5 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/4/09  Notice of Appearance Filed by   Kent Anker
            on behalf of Foley & Lardner LLP, Steven C.
            Becker, Douglas A. Boehm, William J. Dick
            and Michael W. Grebe. (Orig in acco, copy to
            Calendar and Admissions Dept.).    [Entry
            date Mar  5 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/5/09  Notice of Appearance Filed by   Gregg
            Mashberg on behalf of Proskauer Rose LLP,
            Kenneth Rubenstein, Steven C. Krane and the
            Estate of Stephen Rackow Kaye. (Orig in acco,
             copy to Calendar and Admissions Dept.).
            [Entry date Mar  5 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/6/09  Appellant  Eliot Bernstein motion for
            Emergency investigation of Proskauer Rose
            Defendants involvement in the Allen Stanford
            financial...  filed with proof of service.
            [Entry date Mar  6 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/9/09  APPELLANT   Eliot Bernstein,  brief RECEIVED.
                [Entry date Mar 10 2009  ]  [DH]

    3/9/09  Appellee's papers in opposition to
            Appellant's motion for Emergency relief,
            filed with proof of service.   [Entry date
            Mar  9 2009  ]  [DH]

   3/10/09  APPELLANT   Eliot Bernstein,  defective
            filed. Notice sent to
             party to correct by 3/16/09.    [Entry date
            Mar 10 2009  ]  [DH]

   3/10/09  Instructional Forms sent to Pro Se litigant
             [Entry date Mar 10 2009  ]  [DH]

   3/10/09  Notice to counsel/pro se re:  Motion Order
            dated 3/10/09.   [Entry date Mar 10 2009  ]
            [DH]

   3/10/09  Order FILED DENYING motion for Emergency to
            investigate the involvement of Proskauer
            Rose by Appellant  Eliot Bernstein, endorsed
            on motion dated 3/6/2009.  IT IS HEREBY
            ORDERED that the emergency motion by pro se
            Appellant Bernstein to investigate the
            involvement of Proskauer Rose in recent
            financial scandals and for other relief is
            DENIED.  Before:  DAL, CJ.  Endorsed for the
            Court by JF, Administrative Attorney.
            [Entry date Mar 10 2009  ]  [DH]

   3/11/09  Notice of Appearance Filed by   John Fried
            on behalf of Raymond A. Joao. (Orig in acco,
            copy to Calendar and Admissions Dept.).
            [Entry date Mar 12 2009  ]  [DH]

Docket as of   March 13, 2009     3:57 am              Page  18

Denial of "extension of time to file briefs, stay of the appeal, conflicts, docketing and other errors and other requests," filed with proof of service.

February 13th 2009 Letter to President Barack Hussein Obama II to enjoin The Honorable Eric H. Holder Jr., United States Attorney General ~ Department of Justice

CASES SEEKING ASSOCIATION WITH ANDERSON CASE
(07cv09599) Anderson v The State of New York, et al.,
(07cv11196) Bernstein, et al. v Appellate Division First Department Disciplinary Committee, et al.,
(07cv11612) Esposito v The State of New York, et al.,
(08cv00526) Capogrosso v New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, et al.,
(08cv02391) McKeown v The State of New York, et al.,
(08cv02852) Galison v The State of New York, et al.,
(08cv03305) Carvel v The State of New York, et al., and,
(08cv4053) Gizella Weisshaus v The State of New York, et al.
(08cv4438) Suzanne McCormick v The State of New York, et al.


OCTOBER 31, 2007 NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL EXPOSES CORRUPTION AT NEW YORK SUPREME COURT FIRST DEPARTMENT DISCIPLINARY - LAWSUIT CLAIMS IVIEWIT COMPLAINTS AND OTHERS AGAINST ATTORNEY'S AND MEMBERS OF THE FIRST DEPARTMENT WERE BURIED!!!

 

NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL

Complaints Against 'Select Attorneys' Whitewashed, N.Y. Lawsuit Alleges

Daniel Wise
New York Law Journal
10-30-2007
 

A former staff attorney at the 1st Department Disciplinary Committee has filed a federal lawsuit charging she was fired in June in retaliation for complaining that her superiors had engaged in a "pattern and practice of whitewashing and routinely dismissing complaints against certain select attorneys."

Christine C. Anderson, who had worked for six years at the disciplinary committee, seeks $10 million in damages, claiming retaliation for the exercise of her First Amendment rights and discrimination because she is of Jamaican origin and black.

Anderson also asks for the appointment of a federal monitor to oversee operation of the disciplinary committee.

David Bookstaver, a spokesman for the Office of Court Administration, said it would be "inappropriate" to comment on pending litigation.

Anderson alleged two instances in which her recommendations had been overridden or changed by her superiors at the committee.

In 2005, Anderson charged in her complaint, she discovered that the chief counsel of the disciplinary committee, Thomas J. Cahill, and Sherry K. Cohen, its first deputy counsel, were "apparently engaged in a 'numbers game' and practice" of "selectively" dismissing complaints against attorneys for their "own personal and political reasons."

A possible second, or alternative reason for the dismissals, the complaint stated, was that the prosecutions of the complaints would be "burdensome or otherwise 'unworthy' of prosecution."

Anderson also charged that in one incident, in July 2006, Cohen physically blocked her from leaving her office and, in so doing, had dug her nails into the plaintiff's hand, causing scratches.

Cahill declined to comment on the allegations; Cohen did not return a call for comment.

In addition to suing Cahill and Cohen, Anderson named as defendants Justice John T. Buckley, who was presiding justice of the Appellate Division, 1st Department, until May; former Clerk of Court Catherine O'Hagan Wolfe, who resigned in April to become clerk of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals; and the Office of Court Administration.

The case, Anderson v. State of New York, was filed on Friday in the Southern District of New York, according to Anderson's attorney, Frederick K. Brewington of Hempstead, N.Y.

Cahill's retirement was announced in July, though he is remaining as chief counsel until a successor is chosen.

The first instance of a "whitewash" alleged in Anderson's complaint occurred "in or about 2003" in "a highly sensitive investigation," which had uncovered "overwhelming concrete evidence of misconduct" by an attorney, Anderson alleged.

The matter was dropped despite her recommendation that a formal complaint be filed against the lawyer, Anderson alleged.

She also charged that a large file she had amassed containing "indisputable evidence of misconduct" had been "gutted."

The second instance in which Anderson's handling of a case was overridden occurred about two years later, she alleged.

In that case, she stated, Cahill had asked her to write an introductory paragraph to the policy committee, explaining her recommendation that an attorney be given a non-public admonition rather than be the subject of a formal proceeding that could lead to a public sanction.

Anderson explained in her complaint, that, although the results of a "complex investigation" of the attorney "argued strongly in favor of charges," there was "lack of actual proof of a conversion." She also stated there had been an "initial lack of cooperation" from the client complaining against the lawyer.

Anderson stated that she wrote an introductory paragraph explaining the gravity of the attorney's conduct, but that Cohen had rewritten it, "deleting facts" Anderson had uncovered during her investigation and conclusions she had reached.

Anderson quoted Cohen as saying the reason she had rewritten the paragraph was to avoid having the policy committee send the matter back to staff for the preparation of a formal complaint.

Anderson further charged that Cohen had done this because "she had a prior working relationship" with the attorney for the lawyer under investigation and sought to avoid having his client formally charged "as a favor."

The complaint did not identify the two lawyers who were the subjects of the proceedings cited by Anderson. Brewington said in an interview that he would not name them "at this time."

 

 

--------------------------------------------

COURT OF APPEALS


NOVEMBER 1, 2007 ~ NEW YORK TIMES - EXPOSES CORRUPTION AT NEW YORK SUPREME COURT FIRST DEPARTMENT DISCIPLINARY, LAWSUIT FILED CLAIMS THOMAS CAHILL AND OTHERS BURIED COMPLAINTS AND CLAIMS IVIEWIT MATTERS WERE ALSO BURIED!!!

THE NEW YORK TIMES

November 1, 2007

Suit Accuses Court Panel of Cover-Up

Correction Appended

A former lawyer for the state court system, fired in June from her job investigating lawyers charged with misconduct, has charged in a federal lawsuit that supervisors “whitewashed” some cases for “personal or political reasons.”

The lawyer, Christine C. Anderson, who was a staff attorney for six years in a Departmental Disciplinary Committee of the State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division in Manhattan, did not name the lawyers who she said received such protection. But she said her supervisors, who were named, intervened on behalf of lawyers against whom she had found “overwhelming concrete evidence of misconduct.”

The lawsuit, filed last week in the United States District Court for the Southern District, charges that Ms. Anderson was fired because she openly voiced her concerns about “a pattern and practice of whitewashing and routinely dismissing complaints leveled against certain select attorneys.” Ms. Anderson, 62, who is black, also said she was a victim of age and race discrimination.

Disciplinary committees operate in each of the state’s four Appellate Division departments to investigate lawyers accused of misconduct. Charges can vary from unresponsiveness toward clients, to the theft of money from escrow accounts, to failure to disclose conflicts of interest. Based on investigations by staff attorneys like Ms. Anderson, committees can admonish lawyers, suspend or revoke their licenses or recommend criminal prosecution.

In the suit, Ms. Anderson, who worked in the First Department, covering the Bronx and Manhattan, named as defendants Thomas J. Cahill, chief counsel of the Departmental Disciplinary Committee; his first deputy, Sherry K. Cohen; Catherine O’Hagan Wolfe, the court clerk; David Spokiny, her deputy; and John Buckley, the presiding justice of the Office of Court Administration.

None could be reached for comment. David Bookstaver, a spokesman for the state court system, said it would be “inappropriate to comment.”

Fred K. Brewington, the Long Island lawyer representing Ms. Anderson, said she had been harassed on the job continuously, beginning in 2005, after she raised questions about Ms. Cohen’s relationship with a lawyer representing another lawyer who was under review. Despite strong evidence of misconduct by the lawyer in that case, he said, the complaint was dismissed and a file containing Ms. Anderson’s investigation disappeared.

Ms. Anderson is seeking $10 million in damages, as well as punitive damages and lawyer’s fees for what her suit described as the “irreparable injury,” “mental anguish and humiliation” of being fired without cause.

Correction: November 7, 2007

An article on Thursday about a lawsuit alleging that a former lawyer for the New York State court system was fired for accusing her superiors of unethical conduct misstated the jurisdiction of the First Department of the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court. It covers the Bronx and Manhattan, not “most of New York City and Westchester.”


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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

AEAE HONORS Eliot I. Bernstein and P. Stephen Lamont

CHICAGO-- THE AMERICANS FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF ATTORNEY ETHICS (AEAE) A CHICAGO BASED ATTORNEY ETHICS "WATCH DOG" GROUP THAT HAS FOR OVER 25 YEARS ADVOCATED THE STRICT ENFORCEMENT OF ATTORNEY ETHICS today honors Eliot I. Bernstein and P. Stephen Lamont. Bernstein and Lamont were not afraid to speak "truth to power" in the fine AEAE tradition. As a result of being victims of one of the grossest violation of the ethics laws for Intellectual Property ever committed by unethical lawyers and judges. It is alleged that attorneys positioned in key government posts, blocked the complaints filed against them, including the USPTO. Harry Moatz Director of the Office of Enrollment and Discipline it is alleged "suspended" IP investigations. Mr. Bernstein and Mr. Lamont has filed one of the "strongest" complaints that AEAE has ever seen in over 25 years against over 25 defendants, lawyers, judges, bar associations et al.,   The case # 1:2007cv11196 filed 12/12/2007 was listed as cause 1961 RICO cause of action filed in the Southern District of New York. See also www.iviewit.tv . Mr. Bernstein is the Founder & Inventor of Viewed Technologies, Inc..iviewit@iviewit.tv
http://www.livevideo.com/video/7237D54BB12B4D07A3DBEEED6E6953A5/iviewit-technologies-inventor-.aspx

LEO STOLLER ~ LEGAL ETHICS AND TRADEMARK EXPERT, DIRECTOR OF AMERICANS FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF ATTORNEY ETHICS (AEAE)

Leo Stoller is a trademark expert, legal ethics Expert and an Expert on Constitutional law and Appellate Practice  http://www.intota.com/viewbio.asp?bioID=773998&perID=723536   who   is the National Director
of Americans for the Enforcement of Attorney Ethics (AEAE)
a Chicago based group that has  advocated the "strict" enforcement of attorney ethics for over 25 years http://leostoller.wordpress.com/  AEAE "rates" attorneys nation wide.
 

 


Friday, January 11, 2008

NY Federal Judge: Ethics Scandal Cases Related

On Thursday, January 10, 2008, U.S. Federal District Court Judge Shira A. Scheindlin directed that the 1.5 Billion dollar Iviewit “patentgate” case, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on December 12, 2007, be assigned to her court. 

Judge Scheindlin accepted the Iviewit lawsuit,
Bernstein v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, as related to the pending New York attorney ethics scandal case, Anderson v. The State of New York

Allegations of covering-up and whitewashing complaints against favored attorneys find both cases seeking the appointment of a federal monitor to take over New York’s statewide attorney ethics committees.  A third lawsuit, filed December 28, 2007, is currently under review by Judge Scheindlin to be designated as an associated case in the state ethics scandal, Tammany Hall II. 

Federal Magistrate Judge Douglas F. Eaton has also been assigned to both the Anderson and Iviewit matters.
 
In another order, signed January 9, 2008, Judge Scheindlin directed U.S. Marshals to serve the Iviewit lawsuit on the listed defendants.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...
This should make the DDC and OCA sweat more than they have been...this is the big push needed for invasion into the operation of the NY STATE OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION and their operations for at least the past 17 yrs...the DE-KAYE reign! God, this is a blessing for all NY STATE TAXPAYERS AND VICTIMS OF THE FRAUDULENT CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR OF the most sacred of government entities in this country...the COURT SYSTEM!
Anonymous said...
I pray that you're right. The whole system has been Teflon coated for so long, most of us (read: victims) gave up hope a long time ago, and are waiting in the wings dreaming of vindication.

"Life being what it is, one dreams of revenge."
- Paul Gauguin
Anonymous said...
I'll believe it when i see it happen...These thugs are invincible, and very well protected.
Anonymous said...
No one is invincible or that well protected..opportunities eventually find one person that can originate the fall...Rome remembers!
Thugs that flip from law enforcers to criminals cannot psychologically perfect the two!
Anonymous said...
I've been reading this blog for months but have never left a comment until now.

I've known about the corruption in the NYS courts for many years as my husband worked as a judge's law secretary until he retired last year.

Maybe- just maybe -there is hope with this Federal Justice Scheindlin.
manhattan surrogate court victim said...
I too filed complaints against attorneys in the 1st Dept., the result being that Thomas Cahill double talked me. I always wonder why, what was going on. Now I can understand a little. It was all corrupt, the fix was in. As a direct result I gave up and never filed a complaint against the Surrogage Judge which I should have done. I will try to join this law suit also. God Bless Judge Scheindlin
Anonymous said...
How complaints against attorneys or law firms were buried over the years? One can only guess at how many complaints against Judges received the same fare.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Ethics Scandal Hearing Greeted With $1.5 Billion Dollar Lawsuit (MORE, CLICK HERE)

 

Tammany Hall II, Public Corruption Scandal Grows – by $1.5 Billion

A federal court-ordered hearing in the New York State Ethics Scandal Case (Anderson v. State of New York 07cv 9599) was held in Courtroom 15C of the United States Courthouse at 500 Pearl Street in Manhattan on Wednesday, December 12, 2007 before U.S. District Court Judge Shira A. Scheindlin.

Numerous reports confirm the hearing quickly turned extraordinary.

Federal Judge Scheindlin first read into the record a list of 8 different people from around the world who had copied the court on various correspondence concerning the New York Ethics Scandal and their support for the appointment of a federal monitor.

An author of one of the letters, P. Stephen Lamont of Iviewit, immediately advised the court that he was withdrawing his copying of his letter to the court in light of an associated federal complaint filed shortly before the hearing.

A court law clerk then handed Judge Scheindlin a copy of the just-filed complaint, Bernstein v. 1st Dept. Disciplinary Committee, et al. (S.D.N.Y 07cv 11196, filed December 12, 2007)

The $1.5 Billion Dollar Bernstein complaint alleges widespread public corruption in the handling of ethics complaints involving fraud and stolen U.S Patents by various New York law firms and attorneys. The action by Bernstein has been marked as an associated case to the Anderson lawsuit since both matters concern allegations of Ethics Committee Public Corruption and, additionally, both cases seek the appointment of a federal monitor over New York State ethics committees.

Bernstein’s allegations, and known as "Patentgate" are currently under review by numerous U.S. Senators, the U.S. Congress, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the FBI’s watchdog unit, the Office of Professional Responsibility in Washington, D.C.

The defense counsel in the Anderson matter, a Lee Alan Adlerstein from the New York State Attorney General’s office, attempted to categorize the Anderson case as a simple wrongful termination action, but the Judge did not see it that way-- and said so.

“This case is not a garden variety…it’s a whistleblower…there is that aspect to it…," said Judge Scheindlin.

Informed sources reveal that at least one more associated federal complaint will be filed soon, along with other various filings that will pull together serious allegations of ethics related public corruption from every corner of New York State.
Stay tuned to this story: Tammany Hall II – this is history, albeit ugly, in the making…

And we’ll be posting the One and one-half Billion dollar Patentgate lawsuit soon!

 

19 comments:

panaramic view said...
This is a good start! I'll be watching.
iviewit fan said...
I can't wait to see the Iviewit filing.
Dirk Raat the Netherlands said...
Excellent news! Let the lawsuits fly in! Overhere, in the Netherlands, I am still working on a amended ethics grievance -- against Melvyn Weiss and associates at Milberg Weiss -- which will reveal, in most obvious terms, that the Disciplinary Committee whitewashed the ethics grievance against Mel Weiss. My case is not a billion dollar issue, though I will hold the Disciplinary Committee responsible for their severe negligence [tort] in my case. Secondly: I have a surprise due for judge Greenaway in the Genta litigation:-)) Stay tuned!
ny attorney said...
I was present for part of the Anderson v. State matter, then it was annouced that Mr. S. Lamont/Iviewit had just filed this case - WOW! Even the Judge took note! From what I could see there were some other folks that additionally wanted to join in. Good Luck it looks to be interesting.
Anonymous said...
Here is hoping NYC gives a big push to cases filed in areas outside of it! It should be more impactful if federal court sees cases filed against OCA AGENCIES ALL OVER THE STATE! Good luck to all of what is going on in NYC!
Anonymous said...
just take a look at the list of employees over thier. Just look at
at the racial diversity of Manhattan and then look at how few minoritys that work thier.
Look at how they hire people not by qualifications by who they know to get in.
IF any private company had such a small percentage of minoritys they probably would be sued and forced to become equal opertunity employers.
writing on the wall said...
That's the way the big law firms especially the "white Shoe" ones get to control the system and get away with all their criminal doings - they don't want any n*****s in the wood pile!
Anonymous said...
Is the State of New YOrk standing up for the crooks now? Is part of a coverup?
appalled said...
I've seen the website on "Iviewit" the ones that filed this federal suit, man it's wild! There are pictures of this guy Bernstein's car that the lawyers/thugs blew-up! This is serious dude!
Promising... said...
Luisa Esposito said...I was there and I think Honorable Scheindlin was great. Hopefully they'll assign federal monitoring and Justice will PREVAIL....
Shyster Busters.. said...
Thank God for CorruptCourts..how else would we know what these shysters were up to.
Anonymous said...
Lord only knows what else these creeps got away with... people were too afraid to go against these monsters and bullies, therefore, never reporting it..or reported it and it was swept under the rug.
Anonymous said...
i want to see Cahill and Cohen in handcuffs for all the damage that they have done to good people!
Anonymous said...
oops, I meant exposecorruptcourts..typo
Anonymous said...
Can't wait to see the complaint against the woman that was sexually abused by her attorney Allen H. Isaac and how they are protecting him..He should be behind bars and disbarred..but yet he continues to practice law..go figure..he's got the DDC in his pocket also...I hope she exposes their corruption in her lawsuit, so that all could see how the DDC even protects sexual predators.
visitor said...
While surfing I came across this blog which is very good. It is even more important because approximately 6 years ago I filed several complaints against attorneys in the 1st Dept. that just died. I kept calling speaking with various people including Mr. Thomas Cahill and all I was told was to resend the complaints because they could not find them, they had been lost. After the 5th time I gave up! Reading all this I now have a pretty good handle on what happened.
Anonymous said...
OCA cannot get away with anything more. Shortly, some DISCOVERY will be expressed, exposed and manifested...much to the stupidity and arrogance of their legal dept and ATTY JOHN J. SULLIVAN, ESQ. What is included in this document is going to be A ball buster and shock for these losers! OCA never knew what went on upstate for years! The type of people, the events and finally the judicial actions taken without any knowledge of all of this ( only an attempt by NYC employees and judiciary to protect the ethnicity and political status of these hacks), will be a JOY to present! MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR jan 2, 2008!
Anonymous said...
When is the NY TImes going to FULLy run a story on the corruption.
Anonymous said...
IS THIER GOING to be a public hearing on January 2, 2008?

the fedral building on Pearl st
someone posted a comment.
IF YES, please post the information
that should be good

YONKERS TRIBUNE

January 14, 2008

Federal Judge Scheindlin Asserts Ethics Scandal Cases Related

YONKERS, NY -- On Thursday, January 10, 2008, U.S. Federal District Court Judge Shira A. Scheindlin directed that the $1.5 Billion Iviewit “patentgate” case ( Download iviewit_patentgat_complaint_case.pdf ), filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on December 12, 2007, be assigned to her court.

Patent Attorney Ray Joao, a Yonkers resident, is one among other defendants alleged to have stolen inventions from Iviewit and calling those inventions their own.

Judge Scheindlin accepted the Iviewit lawsuit, Bernstein v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, as related to the pending New York attorney ethics scandal case, Anderson v. The State of New York.   

Allegations of covering-up and whitewashing complaints against favored attorneys find both cases seeking the appointment of a federal monitor to take over New York’s statewide attorney ethics committees. A third lawsuit, filed December 28, 2007, is currently under review by Judge Scheindlin to be designated as an associated case in the state ethics scandal, Tammany Hall II.

Federal Magistrate Judge Douglas F. Eaton has also been assigned to both the Anderson and Iviewit matters.   

In another order, signed January 9, 2008, Judge Scheindlin directed U.S. Marshals to serve the Iviewit lawsuit on the listed defendants.

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Is Ray Joao the same guy who was helping Borrelli with his campaign??

INVESTIGATIONS MASTERS DOCUMENT


 

Petition to Feinstein to submit legislation to suspend patent pending applications of Iviewit for an indefinite period while investigations are ongoing.

CONGRESS.ORG ARTICLE 1 - PROPOSED LEGISLATION TO PROTECT INVENTORS

OR

february 02, 2007 senate bill for changes to patent law to protect inventor rights in situations of fraud and conspiracy against the united states which endanger inventor rights.  Submitted to the honorable united states senator Dianne Feinstein


Article relating to uncovering of corruption with the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department - Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Chief Counsel, Thomas J. Cahill.  Cahill who aided and abetted by blocking three Iviewit complaints against Proskauer partners, Kenneth Rubenstein (MPEGLA LLC Counsel), Steven C. Krane (former New York State Bar Association) & Raymond Joao, from investigation.  Then he got caught in conflicts and violation of public offices that led to a Supreme Court of New York Court Order for immediate investigation of the three Proskauer partners and a Special Inquiry investigation of Cahill.

July 21, 2007 Expose Corrupts Courts Article 1

CONGRESS.ORG - ARTICLE 2 - NEW YORK SUPREME COURT DISCIPLINARY CHIEF COUNSEL THOMAS CAHILL TO RESIGN AND RELATED SCANDAL TO HIS INVOLVEMENT IN AIDING AND ABETTING IN THEFT OF FUNDS FROM 9/11 RED CROSS FUND


More corruption with Cahill, see above note.

Expose Corrupt Courts Article 2 - Corruption regarding Thomas Cahill, formerly at the Supreme Court of New York First Department Disciplinary Committee


The Office of Professional Representatives Before the European Patent Office,  who regulates attorney conduct, sends documents to Iviewit found in the EPO files while investigating the Iviewit matters, clearly distinguishing them as fraudulent in comparison to the documents filed by Iviewit counsel, Martyn Molyneaux.  Missing exhibits and altered document text in EPO files.

CONGRESS.ORG - ARTICLE 3 - Matters of Iviewit: Irrefutable Fraud at the European Patent Office


April 9, 2007 ~ iviewit response to irrefutable fraudulent documents in the European patent office files


April 5, 2007 institute of professional representatives before the European patent office - matters regarding fraudulent patent documents tendered by the  European patent office showing irrefutable fraud on epo patent submissions


Chart showing ongoing investigations, derailed investigations and court actions.

ongoing investigations - exhibit to Feinstein bill


Chart showing how complaints have been blocked using violations of public offices, the hierarchy of conflicts and who and how they relate.  Those highlighted in green are not yet found denying due process and procedure

Denial of Due Process flow chart


Article relating to uncovering of corruption with the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department - Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Chief Counsel, Thomas J. Cahill.  Cahill blocked three Iviewit complaints against Proskauer partners, Kenneth Rubenstein (MPEGLA LLC Counsel), Steven C. Krane (former New York State Bar Association) & Raymond Joao, from investigation and got caught in conflicts and violation of public offices.  That led to a court order for investigation of the three Proskauer partners and a Special Inquiry Investigation of Cahill.

July 27, 2007 expose Corrupt courts article regarding iviewit & the denial of due process in NY


Nita Lowey, sends Lamont shareholder complaint to Dingell, as the Commerce Department is centrally involved in the matters and the matters have importance to survival of free commerce in America.  Dingell has his counsel review and himself and moves the matters to the Judiciary Committee for investigation.

January 11, 2007 PRESS RELEASE!!!!

John D. Dingell (D-MI 15th), Chair, House Energy & Commerce Committee alerts & forwarded to the House Judiciary Committee, Iviewit's Affirmed Written Statement, submitted by former CEO P. Stephen Lamont, concerning fraud on the USPTO and Dept of Commerce

or

http://mmdnewswire.com/content/view/1116/

or

Hard Copy


Nita Lowey's letter moving the Iviewit matters to Dingell.

January 07, 2007 PRESS RELEASE!!!!

http://www.i-newswire.com/pr85494.html

or

January 06 2006 Iviewit Press Release - Rep. Nita Lowey (D-NY 18th) requests investigation of thefts of Iviewit intellectual properties by Chair, House Energy & Commerce, John D. Dingell (D-MI 15th).  In a letter dated November 28th 2006 from Lowey to Lamont: “I received your letter requesting that the Energy & Commerce Committee investigate the allegations you have made regarding the theft of patents from Iviewit Technologies, Inc...I forwarded your letter to the incoming Chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Mr. John Dingell. …I trust that Mr. Dingell will give this matter the consideration that it deserves.


Iviewit former CEO, P. Stephen Lamont at Alberto Gonzales hearings protesting the loss of the Iviewit case files by the FBI and US Attorney offices, look for the guy with the Iviewit T-Shirt at 14 & 30 secs into video



  Partial Evidence Table for United States District Court - Southern District of New York

Case # 07 Civ. 11196 (SAS) Eliot I. Bernstein, et al. v. Appellate Division First Department, Department Disciplinary Committee et al.

Related Case

Case No. 07 Civ. 9599 (SAS-AJP) Christine C. Anderson v. the State of New York, et al.

Judge Shira A. Scheindlin

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1 09 522 721 Filing with the United States Patent & Trademark Office claiming that per the direction of Harry I. Moatz, Director of the Office of Enrollment & Discipline, Iviewit & Crossbow Ventures were seeking the Commissioner of Patents to suspend the Iviewit patents based on evidence of Fraud on the United States Patent & Trademark Office by Iviewit former Intellectual Property attorneys, Kenneth Rubenstein, Proskauer Rose LLP, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolf & Schlissel, Raymond Anthony Joao, Foley & Lardner, William J. Dick, Douglas Boehm, Steven Becker, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, Thomas Coester, Norman Zafman, Farzahd Ahmini, Christopher & Weisberg PA, Krishna Narine, Andrew Barroway, Schiffrin & Barroway and others.  This led to the Commissioner of Patents suspending certain of the Iviewit patent applications into an infinite black hole.  The form also included inventor change forms which have gone wholly unresolved while patents are in black hole at the United States Patent & Trademark Office.'
2 March 10, 1900 to March 10, 2020.  These are dates on fax headers on a patent filing with the United States Patent & Trademark Office on a Patent Application Oath & Declaration filed by Raymond Joao.  This application is a fraud and the fax headers on the page are part of the explanation.  Both fax machines' dates were changed to look like March 10, 2000 but instead come out as 3/10/1900 and 3/10/2020.  This application also is entirely different than the application signed by the inventors. 
3 1997 07 Kenneth Rubenstein of Proskauer Rose starts MPEGLA LLC patent pool while at Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolf and Schlissel.
4 August 08 1997 MPEGLA - note they claim to have Department of Justice approval although the DOJ claims they have no such approval.
5 1998 12 29 IVIEWIT BIZ PLAN
6 1999 01 08 Christopher Wheeler of Proskauer Rose letter regarding delaying getting back to inventor Bernstein after receiving patent disclosures.
7 1999 01 15 Proskauer letter regarding Iviewit Corporation a company that disappears although bills are generated through it.
8 1999 01 15 Proskauer letter regarding Iviewit Corporation, a company that does not exist or perhaps it is another Proskauer owned entity involved in theft of the patents through a complex shell game with identically named and similarly named companies
9 1999 01 28 Letter from Iviewit to Albert Gortz of Proskauer Rose asking why Kenneth Rubenstein was not at Proskauer Rose as was told to Iviewit Shareholders and instead was found to be at Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolf & Schlissel.
11 1999 02 17 - Interactive Week article where Intel engineers are quoted as stating the Internet, at speeds under 1.5Mbps, would be text based with banners, no video or imaging of quality at the lower bandwidths.
12 1999 02 18 Christopher Wheeler letter regarding Proskauer and Kenneth Rubenstein review of patents.  Rubenstein is patent expert reviewing the patents for patentability.
13 1999 02 18 Christopher Wheeler of Proskauer letter regarding Kenneth Rubenstein review of patents.
14 1999 02 22 Raymond Joao Patent Application before he says he knows Iviewit, Joao said he filed in March although it was supposed to be in January this application is missing from his bills and is in February.
15 1999 02 22 Raymond Joao patent application before he says he knows Iviewit, Joao bills for patent in March stating he is working on application.  Yet, the filing card shows it was sent in 2/99.
16 1999 02 PATENT FILING RECEIPT - JOAO SAYS HE DOES NOT FILE ANYTHING UNTIL MARCH!
18 1999 03 02 Kenneth Rubenstein letter to inventor Bernstein regarding how to do patents.  Rubenstein states in deposition that he does not know Bernstein, never spoke with him and that he knew nothing about the inventions.
19 1999 04 16 - Christopher Wheeler gets a CD with full screen video disclosure and in his deposition he states that at this time he was unaware of full screen video inventions.  Note how Wheeler tries to constantly scramble attachments.
20 1999 04 16 Proskauer and Wheeler get info for full screen video invention.  Wheeler in deposition states he did not know of video invention prior to Real3D meeting.  This indicates he had seen the videos and retained cd's with the inventions on them. 
21 1999 04 26 NDA - Goldman Sachs - Jeffrey Friedstein & Donald Kane.
22 1999 04 26 Proskauer opinion letter for Hassan Miah and Earthlink investors Sky Dylan Dayton and Kevin O'Donnell.  Wheeler sends the opinion to Richard Rosman, Esq.  Wheeler states in deposition that Proskauer never reviewed the Iviewit patents and never made any opinions.  The patent guy Miah refers to is Kenneth Rubenstein and Miah is from Xing and former fame for role in CAA/Intel Multimedia Lab  responsible for bringing multimedia to prior text based Internet.
23 1999 04 27 Richard D. Rosman, Esq. letter to Christopher C. Wheeler of Proskauer Rose, Hassan Miah wants to speak to Kenneth Rubenstein, the Iviewit patent attorney, thinks he knows from MPEG.
24 1999 04 27 Rosman to Wheeler letter showing Hassan wants opinion of Proskauer's Rubenstein who he knows from MPEGLA, Wheeler sends a Proskauer opinion stating their retained counsel finds it to be novel and patentable.  Wheeler lies under deposition and to Florida Bar stating he does not know anything about the technologies and never opined.
25 1999 04 27 Proskauer patent opinion.
26 1999 05 14 Real 3D deal.
27 1999 05 24 Real 3D meeting.
28 1999 05 30 Miah letter asking to email Iviewit patent counsel Rubenstein some questions.
29 1999 05 30 Miah Letter requesting to talk with Kenneth Rubenstein.
31 1999 06 01 Donald G. Kane, Iviewit Board member and member of Goldman Sachs, letter on structuring the companies.
33 1999 06 01 Hassan Miah letter forwarded to Rubenstein.
35 1999 06 03 Joao patent filing with the United States Patent & Trademark Office with a blanked out date.  This document is later submitted to Japanese Patent Office and they reject the document.
37 1999 06 09 - Armstrong Hirsh Jackoway Tyerman & Wertheimer letter to Wheeler confirming Proskauer and Rubenstein patent opinion for Armstrong Hirsh investors.  This wholly contradicts Wheeler and Rubenstein depositions that Proskauer did no patent work or opinions
39 1999 06 11 Wheeler hand notes regarding meeting with Intel, Silicon Graphics, Inc. and Lockheed Martin at Real 3D Inc.  States disclosure of video and imaging inventions
41 1999 06 18 Proskauer bill for Iviewit Corporation, a company that does not exist, we think
42 1999 06 24 Lewin letter to Wheeler regarding his conflict of interests with Visual Data.  Visual Data was an early violator of their NDA and when we found out we also found out that Lewin had undisclosed conflict.
43 1999 06 24 Lewin and Wheeler regarding conflict of interest with Proskauer and Goldstein Lewin client Visual Data.  Wheeler failed to disclose they were a client of his and then after signing an NDA Visual Data begins using the Iviewit process without authorization.
44 1999 06 30 - Gerald Stanley CEO of Real 3D (Intel, SGI and Lockheed) opinion on the technologies.
45 1999 06 30 Real 3D Opinion and Licensing Info - We start to see evidence of companies we never heard of. Now there appears an Iviewit LLC and an Iviewit.com LLC.
46 1999 07 19 Armstrong Hirsh Jackoway Tyerman & Wertheimer letter to Wheeler at Proskauer asking why NDA's are in iviewit inc. a company they have no stock in or anyone else.
47 1999 07 23 Proskauer Opinion Letter to Huizenga Holdings via Cris Branden.  Another opinion on the technologies this time for Wheeler's client Wayne Huizenga for investment.  Huizenga invested $500,000 based on this opinion and Wheeler claims in deposition he did not know about the technologies and never opined.
49 1999 09 08 Proskauer letter by Wheeler to Lewin for payment of bills after Huizenga funding.  Wheeler in deposition states payments were not based on funding, this letter appears to be a fraud.
50 1999 09 08 Proskauer Retainer almost one year after being retained, bogus document by Utley and Wheeler.
52 1999 09 20 Meeting with Kenneth Rubenstein, Raymond Joao, Brian Utley, Steven Filipek of Fish & Richardson PC.  The meeting was in New York at Rubenstein's Office, yet Rubenstein denies even knowing us other than to refer Joao in his deposition.  Filipek had questions regarding the patents he viewed, claiming they appeared to miss the invention.
53 1999 Not dated Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolf & Schlissel Patent Portfolio.
54 1999 Brian Utley resume given to Iviewit by Wheeler (his best friend) showing false statements about his past.  He conceals former patent theft attempt from his past employer Diamond Turf Equipment, Inc. with Wheeler and William Dick and where Utley was fired with cause and the company was closed due to this attempted crime.  Also, false claims of his academic career.
55 2.19.99 Proskauer Agreement with Jenex draft.
56 2000 03 09 Brian Utley writes letter to Raymond Joao, after Joao is thought to be writing patents wrong and possibly in his name.  Decision is made to replace Joao with William Dick and Foley & Lardner LLP.  Utley suddenly claims Joao patents have mistakes and major missing items.  Good Guy - Bad Guy.  Dick replaces Joao but instead of correcting Joao errors, wrong info and inventors, they further perpetuate the fraud.
57 2000 04 01 James Armstrong letter regarding Utley screwing up patents.
59 2000 04 11 Foley and Lardner - Invitation to Correct Defects patent filing.
60 2000 04 11 Foley and Lardner - Invitation to Correct Defects
61 2000 04 16 Iviewit letter to Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolf and Schlissel to transfer patent docs to Foley and Lardner.
62 2000 05 11 - Foley and Lardner letter stating there are problems with Joao's patents.  All patents are not assigned to Iviewit Holdings per patent office.
63 2000 05 11 Wachovia Securities letter from Foley & Lardner regarding the Iviewit patents and is found later to be wholly wrong regarding assignments and other issues according to information from the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
64 2000 05 11 Wachovia Securities letter from Foley & Lardner stating false information regarding assignments and missing inventions.  False statements for a Wachovia Private Placement by Foley and Lardner, a securities fraud.
65 2000 05 19 Armstrong Hirsh Jackoway & Tyerman investor letters further showing Rubenstein as Patent advisor now with Dick aiding and abetting him versus Joao.
66 2000 05 25 Dr Christopher Taylor Consulting Agreement
67 2000 05 25 Dr Christopher Taylor Consulting Agreement
68 2000 06 06 Foley & Lardner request Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolf and Schlissel and Joao files, claiming information is missing and not on file with the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
69 2000 06 06 Foley & Lardner requests Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Schlissel files, stating that Joao has not transferred all patent applications and files, Joao does not send a US application and tries to replace it with a PCT.  Once caught he sends file 5865-10 which he replaces patent signed by Eliot, Jude and Zakirul with his initial provisional filing.  This is the application with fax dates of 1900 and 2020 stamped on them.
70 2004 06 09 Copy to Eliot Spitzer of Paul Curran's investigation of Thomas Cahill, Chief Counsel of the First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, stemming from the conflicts of Cahill Rubenstein and Steven Krane and violations of public office.
71 2000 06 13 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio.
72 2000 06 22 PR News Ellen DeGeneres.
73 2000 06 23 iviewit.com unveils streaming video coverage
of the ELLEN DEGENERES ‘Americana 2000’
Comedy Tour at SHOWBIZ EXPO.
 
74 2000 07 07 Florida Sun Sentinel Article regarding Iviewit and Eliot Bernstein
75 2000 07 22 - Proskauer marketing letter to their clients regarding Iviewit technologies and Wheeler claims under deposition that he did not really know about the technology and thought Iviewit was a portal???
76 2000 07 24 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio.
77 2000 07 24 Letter from Foley and Larder stating Joao patents are defective and are missing key info and disclosures.
78 2000 07 25 Dr Christopher Taylor Milwaukee Engineering Video study showing Iviewit invention for video plays better than true full-screen video, very cool.
79 2000 07 25 Dr Christopher Taylor Report Iviewit Scaling Video Tests.
80 2000 07 25 Foley and Lardner attempting to switch Patent Portfolio after Iviewit learned of Utley Patents that were written without company authorization.
81 2000 07 25 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio.
82 2000 07 31 Taped Meeting Foley & Lardner where they are asked questions about the patents discovered in Utley's name and why the patents are not assigned, etc.
83 2000 07 31 Transcript of Meeting with Foley and Lardner and Board Members regarding finding patents in wrong names and assignees.
84 2000 07 Iviewit MTV license draft.
85 2000 08 02 Taped Foley & Lardner meeting part 2.
86 2000 08 02 Taped Foley & Lardner meeting part 2.
87 2000 08 02 Taped Meeting Foley and Lardner Part 1 busted stealing patents.
88 2000 08 02 Taped Meeting Foley and Lardner Part 2 busted stealing patents.
89 2000 08 03 Letter From Foley & Lardner, Doug Boehm, stating he filed patents with 10 minutes to filing and made some mistakes.  
90 2000 08 04 Letter From James F. Armstrong finding math errors on Foley & Lardner filed patent applications.
91 2000 08 04 Taped Meeting Foley & Lardner Part 1.
92 2000 08 04 Taped Meeting Foley & Lardner Part 1 busted stealing patents.
93 2000 08 09 James F. Armstrong, Foley & Lardner Douglas Boehm letter regarding Foley patent errors that were supposed to be filed corrected but still were filed wrong.  This was beginning to discovery that something was afoul with Foley, we had no idea the extent at the time.
94 2000 08 09 Douglas Boehm of Foley & Lardner letter to Iviewit regarding his math errors and tries to diffuse the glowing malpractice claim and blame the problem on Eliot for Foley's errors.  He is an engineer.
95 2000 08 09 Foley & Lardner trying to explain how math and other errors were filed in once corrected patent applications.
96 2000 08 09 James Armstrong letter to Foley & Lardner regarding the errors in the patent filings.
97 2000 08 25 Wheeler sends to Rubenstein PATENT PORTFOLIO BINDERS, contradicts Rubenstein's entire deposition, Wheeler delivers these documents to attorney Selz, after Rubenstein was already caught perjuring himself.
98 2000 08 25 Wheeler sending to Rubenstein PATENT BINDER wholly contradicts Rubenstein Wheeler and Utley Depositions, Rubenstein claims he never received or saw Iviewit Patents ~ OUCH.
99 2000 08 29 Wachovia Securities letter to Chairman of the Board regarding having done their Due Diligence, Foley & Lardner states Iviewit Holdings, Inc. is owner and assignee of all patents.  Patent office information from OED Director Moatz contradicts this.  Also in taped meetings held, Foley then admits that not all patents are assigned.  Foley materially misrepresents to Wachovia the status of the patents and fails to list a missing Joao application = securities fraud.
100 2000 08 29 Wachovia Securities letter to Simon Bernstein, Board Member, regarding investment due diligence.
101 2000 09 01 NEWS ARTICLE - Grabbing the Holy Grail of Digital Webcasting - Digital Webcast.
102 2000 09 05 Real 3D / Intel / RYJO letter warning of using Iviewit technologies in violation of Real 3D / Intel NDA, RYJO tries to steal concepts and get intellectual property in his name, aided and abetted by Proskauer, Brian Utley and Michael Reale who thought RYJO and Ryan Huisman had not signed an NDA.  Proskauer drafted a license whereby Iviewit would license its technology from RYJO.
103 2000 09 08 Shareholder James Armstrong writes letter requesting to know where the patents assignments are and why they were not filed based on the taped meetings with Foley & Lardner.
104 2000 09 08 James Armstrong letter to the Iviewit Board asking why the assignments on the patents were not filed. This would be shareholder fraud.
105 2000 09 09 Bernstein and Douglas Boehm letters regarding bad math filed and other issues.  Foley & Lardner busted here.
106 2000 09 09 Bernstein, Foley & Lardner letters pertaining to errors in the patents filed.
107 2000 09 18 - 60 233 344 - Utley Zoom and Pan Camera patent filing with his name on them, this contradicts Utley's deposition that he knows nothing about a camera patent application in his name, oops. Fraud on the patent office, fraud on Iviewit, compounded with perjury.
108 2000 09 20 Raymond Hersh, Iviewit CFO, letter to Arthur Andersen stating Erika Lewin, CPA and in-house Iviewit accountant was miffed at being accused of misleading auditors.  When reviewing the work, she seriously misstates information to auditors to keep their scam hidden.  
109 2000 09 20 Raymond Hersh to Arthur Andersen, Erika Lewin accused of misleading auditors on corporate structure, it turns out to be entirely true.
110 2000 09 IVIEWIT, INC. of Delaware - Proskauer Rose has a confidentiality for this company but no company exists in Delaware with this name, how Proskauer.  This may be one of the fraudulent entities that Proskauer was stealing the patents through.
111 2000 09 IVIEWIT, INC. DEL PROSKAUER HAS CONFIDENTIALITY 
112 2000 10 09 ARTHUR ANDERSEN letter regarding Proskauer having to provide proof of Iviewit Holdings owning Iviewit Technologies,  to auditors which they never produce, instead going on a straight away course to destroy Iviewit and the records.  The audit was being conducted on behalf of Crossbow Ventures, whereby the Small Business Administration made up 2/3 of Crossbow Ventures loans.
113 2000 10 09 Arthur Andersen letter requesting proof that Iviewit Holdings, Inc. is owned by shareholders, turns out several Iviewit Holdings, Inc. exist, unraveling a corporate shell game where the other Iviewit Holdings, Inc. are owned by Proskauer and have stolen patents as their assets.
114 2000 11 27 ARTHUR ANDERSEN letters and termination letter of Iviewit as a client in the middle of an audit being conducted for the largest investor Crossbow Ventures in the middle of the audit where they found all kinds of problems.
115 2000 11 27 Arthur Andersen termination of audit letter, terminates Iviewit after almost one year of audit, after accusing Erika Lewin of fraud and finding problems with the companies.
116 2000 11 30 Foley & Lardner attempting to switch Patent Portfolio 2.
117 2000 11 30 Foley & Lardner attempting to switch Patent Portfolio 3.
118 2000 11 30 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio with Utley listed as an inventor, this is after Utley was busted with patents in his name and Foley tries to now include these patents we found.
119 2000 11 30 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio with 57103-122 being two different patents.  Foley's dockets get crazy as they try to adjust once caught in the fraud.  Suddenly, Utley shows up on multiple patents, replacing the original inventors and has two patents in his own name.  All of this was never disclosed to shareholders, etc.
120 2000 11 30 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio with 57103-122 twice and different patents.
121 2000 11 30 Portfolio page from Foley & Lardner does not match up and is missing now the 120 filing.
122 2000 12 20 Letter to Utley asking why invention applications are missing from patents and to modify Patents to include all things missing.  
123 2000 12 21 John D. Calkins, Senior Vice President New Media Business Development, Warner Bros. letter showing Utley sending Warner Bros. the Wachovia Private Placement Memorandum.
124 2000 12 NEWS RELEASE - Digital Webcast Article on Iviewit part2.
125 2000 Foley & Lardner Patent Portfolio Missing Dates - Utley busted and patents start showing up on fraudulent dockets.
126 2000 Iviewit income producing accounts for Encoding and Streaming licenses.
127 2000 Jorge Labarga's part in the Bush v. Gore presidential election fraud.  There goes America.
128 2001 01 01 - Kenneth Rubenstein of Proskauer's biography in the Wachovia Securities Private Placement Memorandum and listed as Iviewit PATENT COUNSEL & BOARD DIRECTOR, this wholly contradicts Rubenstein, Wheeler & Utley depositions.  
129 2001 01 01 Rubenstein listed in Wachovia Private Placement as patent counsel and board director, contradicts his entire deposition.
130 2001 01 01 Brian Utley fraudulent resume in the Wachovia Securities Private Placement Memorandum containing materially false and misleading claims about his former employment where he was caught stealing patents with none other than William J. Dick and Christopher Wheeler
131 2001 01 01 Wachovia Private Placement Memorandum - with bookmarks showing Rubenstein "Iviewit patent counsel" and retained intellectual property counsel
132 2001 01 01 Wachovia Private Placement Memorandum Bookmarked
133 2001 01 17 Utley lists Kenneth Rubenstein as patent counsel for an SBA Compliance Request for Crossbow SBIC Loans.  This completely contradicts Utley Rubenstein and Wheeler deposition statements whereby they claim Rubenstein was never an Advisor, patent counsel and that he was not on Board.
134 2001 01 17 Utley lists Kenneth Rubenstein as Board Director for SBA loan compliance documents and to Crossbow Ventures, this is contradicted in his deposition when he claims he never used Rubenstein as an advisor and Rubenstein had NOTHING to do with Iviewit, oops.
135 2001 01 22 Kenneth Rubenstein named as patent attorney in Wachovia Private Placement Memorandum
136 2001 01 Kenneth Rubenstein biography in the Wachovia Securities PPM and also listed as Iviewit PATENT Counsel.
137 2001 01 Wachovia Private Placement Memorandum - with bookmarks in color.
138 2001 04 14 Brian Utley fingers Kenneth Rubenstein in the minutes of a Board Meeting calling him our advisor, this wholly contradicts his deposition statements whereby he claims Rubenstein was never an advisor.  OOPS
139 2001 04 18 Brain Utley states in Board letter that Christopher Wheeler checked with Kenneth Rubenstein as an advisor to the Board, completely contradicting Utley Wheeler and Rubenstein depositions.
140 2001 04 18 Brian Utley writes letter to Board of Directors claiming that he checked with Rubenstein as an advisor to board.  This  contradicts Utley deposition statement that he never used Rubenstein as advisor, ouch.
141 2001 04 21 - James Armstrong letter regarding Brian Utley screwing up patents and company, right on the nose.
142 2001 05 04 Foley & Lardner letter to Brian Utley after he is fired, regarding the patents found in his name.  This document is part of Foley & Lardner's attempt to try and make it look legitimate after being busted.  
143 2001 05 08 - Board Meeting.doc
144 2001 06 07 Brian G. Utley police report full.
145 2001 06 07 Brian G. Utley police report, Embezzlement and Theft of Proprietary Systems
146 2001 06 12 - Book One NDA.
147 2001 06 12 - Book Three NDA.
148 2001 06 12 - Book Two NDA.
149 2001 06 12 - List of Confidentialities.
150 2001 06 25 - David J. Colter, Vice President Technology - Technological Operations Warner Bros. to Steve Case founder of AOLTW/WB regarding Eliot Bernstein and the Thought Journal.
151 2001 07 12 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman portfolio shows Brian G. Utley patents, suddenly after Utley and Foley are caught with patents in wrong places, BSTZ is retained and Foley & Lardner sends patent portfolios that contain all kinds of new patents with all kinds of screw ups.
152 2001 07 12 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman Patent Portfolio.
153 2001 07 13 Brian G. Utley police report embezzlement & theft leads to Utley returning stolen proprietary computers.  Later discovered that computers were taken to New Jersey company owned partially by investor Tiedemann Prolow.  Violates officer and director responsibilities and Utley's non-compete.
154 2001 07 17 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman Patent status report.
155 2001 07 26 - Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman Power of Attorney Revocation 2.
156 2001 07 26 - Power of Attorney Revocation.
157 2001 08 01 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman legal opinion and patent review revealing problems found.
158 2001 08 01 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman patent evaluation, showing Utley had patents in his own name that were not assigned or owned by company, completely contradicting Utley deposition statements.  This is a majordomo f'up.
159 2001 08 01 Iviewit investor presentation for AOL with Aidan Foley as CEO.
160 2001 08 04 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman letter to Iviewit showing Utley on patents.
161 2001 08 04 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman letter to Iviewit showing Brian G. Utley on patents.
162 2001 08 29 - Irell & Manella bill for AOL license agreement they drafted.
163 2001 09 17 Jeffrey Friedstein of Goldman Sachs, Power of Attorney for Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman.
164 2001 09 18 Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman requests Bernstein to sign a Power Of Attorney on behalf of Brian G. Utley, to remove him from applications he was found to be on.  Evidence shows that patent filings were made with Utley in Japan by Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman after Utley was long gone, showing they continued the scam and played the good guy while furthering the crimes.
165 2001 12 10 Crossbow Ventures attempts to call loans.
166 2002 01 14 AOLTW / Warner Bros. letter stating they are using the Iviewit technologies in violation of their NDA!!!
167 2002 01 15 - AOLTW / Warner Bros. letter stating technologists checked with Kenneth Rubenstein who opined favorably on the Iviewit patents.  This contradicts Rubenstein, Wheeler and Utley's statements under deposition and to the Florida Bar and the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division First Department Disciplinary Committee.  REMEMBER, RUBENSTEIN STATES HE KNOWS NOTHING AND PROSKAUER NEVER OPINED OR DID PATENT WORK.  ooooops
168 2002 01 15 AOLTW / Warner Bros. investment due diligence letter stating that Rubenstein opined favorably on the patents.
169 2002 01 15 AOLTW RUBENSTEIN OPINION
170 2002 01 15 AOLTW RUBENSTEIN OPINION comments
171 2002 03 19 - Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman Japanese Patent Office filing for an Utley patent after he was fired over one year and they were supposed to be removing him from patents.  Iviewit did not discover this until US Investigations led to research in Japan and this is when BSTZ was further found to be part of the conspiracy.  This evidences that BSTZ portfolios had false and misleading information regarding these patents.
172 2002 03 28 Anthony Frenden statement regarding stolen investor money and proprietary equipment.  Also shows that they tried to bribe employees with stolen cash.  Funds are believed to be investor funds including monies of the Small Business Administration.
173 2002 04 22 Raymond A. Joao News Article claiming Joao has ninety, yes 90, patents in his name, this article needs to be checked for accuracy to see if it is a true publication on that date.
174 2002 04 22 Raymond Joao Article Stating Joao has 90 patents in his name and showing his stolen Airplane Video patent concept, stolen from Iviewit.
175 2002 04 23 William Kasser, Iviewit bookkeeper letter to Eliot Bernstein regarding Goldstein Lewin accounting fraud on financial projections.  This represents more securities fraud and accounting fraud.
176 2002 04 23 Kasser to Eliot regarding Lewin fraud on financial documents submitted to lenders.
177 2002 06 09 Patent Portfolio Compilation showing the Greenberg Traurig patent findings in comparison to what Iviewit patent attorneys prior had stated on their dockets.
178 2002 06 09 Patent Portfolio2.
179 2002 06 11 Iviewit letter for Harry Moatz of the United States Patent & Trademark Office titled "System and Method for fraud on USPTO" and chock full of evidence.
180 2002 06 11 System and Method for Fraud on USPTO.
181 2002 06 11 USPTO complaint filed as patent System & Method for Fraud on the USPTO.
182 2002 06 17 Joao timeline of events and analysis of his documents and the frauds committed.
183 2002 08 22 Brian G. Utley deposition, states all patents are assigned to Iviewit and no patents are in his name.  Contradictory evidence = patents in his name and all patents not assigned - confirmed by USPTO and leading to patent suspensions by commissioner.
184 2002 08 22 Brain G. Utley deposition states Kenneth Rubenstein is not an advisor, nor has he ever used him - Contradicted by Utley himself sending patent documents to Rubenstein and naming him as an advisor to the Board and other evidence.
185 2002 08 23 Brian G. Utley deposition that states William J. Dick was the attorney that wrote patents into Utley's name at his former employer Diamond Turf Equipment, Inc. which led to that business closing due to the thefts.  Christopher Wheeler through Proskauer, set up the company where the Utley stolen patents were transferred.  Wheeler lies to the Florida Bar and states he never did work for Brain Utley, then gets caught lying in his deposition.  Writes apology for his perjury to the Florida Bar.  All three of them failed to disclose the prior patent heist to anyone.
186 2002 08 23 Brian Utley deposition on Diamond Turf Equipment, Inc. and the patent dispute he had over the stolen intellectual properties with his former employer.
187 2002 08 23 Brian G. Utley deposition statement stating Christopher Wheeler knew about Diamond Turf Equipment, Inc. patent dispute.  Wheeler while recommending Utley as President of Iviewit failed to disclose this little patent theft or that he was involved.  William Dick never discloses his involvement when they bring him in to cover up Joao's crimes.  The concealment and falsifying Utley's resume shows intent and that they were a prior criminal enterprise.  Wheeler delivers Utley resume to the shareholders and completely fabricates Utley's past.
188 2002 08 23 Brian G. Utley deposition statement that William J. Dick never filed the patents for Diamond Turf Equipment but Dick, in his response the Virginia Bar, states he filed the patents in Utley's name to a company Christopher Wheeler at Proskauer had set up, Premiere Connection.  The Virginia Bar despite being provided the evidence of such false statements fails to take action.
189 2002 08 23 Brain G. Utley deposition statement that he knew nothing about a Zoom and Pan Camera patent application.  Contradictory evidence = Patent Application for Zoom and Pan on a Digital Camera filed in Utley's name without assignment to the company.
190 2002 08 23 Brian G. Utley deposition statement that there were patent disputes at Diamond Turf which he failed to put in his resume which led to his being fired by the owner Monte Friedkin and forcing the closure of Friedkin's company.  Where Dick, Wheeler and Utley were all involved shows a criminal enterprise of patent thieves.
191 2002 08 23 Brian G. Utley deposition statement that Christopher Wheeler never represented him.  Wheeler states that he did not ever represent Utley to the Florida Bar and then in deposition states that he formed a company for Utley.  The reason they want to hide this corporate formation is that it is the company where the stolen patents from Diamond TE went
192 2002 08 23 Utley deposition states he did not graduate college, this contradicts his sworn statements in a Wachovia Private Placement that he said he did graduate college
193 2002 09 20 Greenberg Traurig Proposal Patents
194 2002 09 20 Greenberg Traurig Proposal Patents.
195 2002 10 16 Notice of Appeal on Jorge Labarga case.
196 2002 10 25 Kenneth Rubenstein sworn statement to Judge Jorge Labarga trying to get out of his deposition and claiming he does not know anything about Iviewit.
197 2002 10 25 Kenneth Rubenstein statement to Judge Jorge Labarga, complete false statements to avoid a deposition at his law firms lawsuit against Iviewit for a bill.
198 2002 11 20 Kenneth Rubenstein full deposition with Exhibits CERT.  I KNOW NOTHING!
199 2002 11 20 Kenneth Rubenstein deposition regarding his being unsure a conflict check was done by Proskauer.  This would have prevented MPEGLA from using the Iviewit processes disclosed to Rubenstein as Iviewit patent counsel, while he was a founder and patent counsel & reviewer for MPEGLA LLC
200 2002 11 20 Kenneth Rubenstein deposition statement that he does not have Iviewit patent documents = Contradictory evidence is a letter showing Christopher Wheeler sending him the entire Iviewit Patent Portfolio.
201 2002 11 21 Christopher Wheeler deposition stating he does not know about the video inventions = Contradictory evidence shows that Wheeler was sent video invention disclosures and then later in his deposition he claims to have been at video disclosure meeting with Intel and Real3D engineers.
202 2002 11 21 Christopher Wheeler deposition does not know about video invention.
203 2002 11 21 Christopher Wheeler deposition regarding no conflicts check, neither him or Kenneth Rubenstein are sure a conflicts check was ever done.
204 2002 11 21 Christopher Wheeler deposition statement that Iviewit was a portal, he didn't know about the technologies and that Proskauer was hired for portal services and not to patent the inventions.  Contradictory evidence is overwhelming.
205 2002 11 21 Wheeler deposition statement that no Proskauer conflict of interest check was done.
206 2002 11 21 Wheeler deposition statement that Proskauer and Christopher Wheeler represented Brian G. Utley in the past.  They failed to disclose that this former work by Proskauer and Wheeler was for a company where stolen patents went at Utley's former employer.  Contradictory evidence = Wheeler's statements under deposition and to the Florida Bar that conflict, constituting perjury.  Also, Utley states in deposition that Wheeler never did work for him.  "Who's on first."
207 2002 11 21 Christopher Wheeler deposition stating Proskauer never opined on the technologies or had anything to do with patents.  Contradictory evidence = Wheeler/Proskauer patent opinions for the investors.  Wachovia Private Placement showing Wheeler and Rubenstein on the Board of Directors and claiming Kenneth Rubenstein and Proskauer are retained patent counsel.
208 2003 01 11 Palm Beach Post Article stating Crossbow Ventures sold an Iviewit company!  Problem -- Crossbow Ventures do not own the company to sell and failed to tell investors about it = securities fraud.  Evidence shows that SBA loans were written down and then the securities were sold = fraud on the SBA.
209 2003 01 11 Palm Beach Post Article Crossbow Sells Iviewit.
210 2003 01 11 Palm Beach Post Article Crossbow Sells Iviewit2
211 2003 01 11 Palm Beach Post Article Crossbow Sells Iviewit2.
212 2003 01 28 Proskauer v. Iviewit, Judge Jorge Labarga, Counter Complaint was filed but Labarga refused it claiming attorneys that were initially found representing Iviewit with no authority basically waived any rights to such.  It was not learned until much later that the suit involved fraudulent  companies set up by Proskauer with stolen intellectual properties in them and that the suit was part of a scheme with a fraudulent federal bankruptcy filing, to seize the patents in a shell game.
213 2003 01 31 Eliot Bernstein deposition, this document is well worth the read as Eliot Bernstein deposes the deposition takers from Proskauer, note, Proskauer is continuously representing themselves in all lawsuits and all bar complaints.
214 2003 02 25 Raymond Joao 9th district original attorney misconduct complaint - somehow gets transferred to the wrong district, the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee for prosecution with the Proskauer attorney misconduct complaints, although Joao is registered elsewhere.
215 2003 02 26 Original attorney misconduct complaint against Proskauer and Kenneth Rubenstein filed at the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee.
216 2003 02 26 Original Rubenstein Bar Action
217 2003 02 26 Original Florida Bar Complaint against Proskauer and Christopher Wheeler.
218 2003 03 20 Judge Jorge Labarga Court Order for Kenneth Rubenstein and Christopher Wheeler to return to take further deposition to answer previously unanswered questions that they tried to refuse to come back too after being caught lying and perjuring themselves in the first part.  The trial is thrown before they can be deposed again.
219 2003 04 07 - Christopher Wheeler perjured statement to the Florida Bar regarding Brian G. Utley.  Wheeler in a footnote in a response tries to minimize the extent of the lie he is caught in.  
220 2003 04 07 - Christopher Wheeler perjured Florida Bar statement.  Florida Bar while cognizant of the crime of perjury in an official proceeding fails to take any action, although Wheeler is caught beyond a reasonable doubt and apologizes for his lies in writing.  Oh yeah, the President of the Florida Bar turns out to be Wheeler's brother, James Wheeler, underling at the law firm of Broad and Cassel and fails to disclose such while receiving documents from Iviewit to investigate.
221 2003 04 07 - Christopher Wheeler and Proskauer's response to the bar complaint which is tendered by Matthew Triggs of Proskauer who acted in violation of his public office with the Florida Supreme Court agency The Florida Bar.
222 2003 04 07 - Christopher Wheeler and Proskauer's response to The Florida Bar bar complaint which was tendered by Matthew Triggs of Proskauer who acted in conflict of interest and violation of public office with his Supreme Court of Florida Bar Position.
223 2003 04 08 Raymond Joao's response to the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee.  Joao actually tries to accuse Iviewit of stealing his inventions. Coocoo.
224 2003 04 08 Raymond Joao's response to the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee.  Joao actually tries to accuse Iviewit of stealing his inventions. Coocoo.
225 2003 04 11 - Kenneth Rubenstein and Proskauer's response to the bar complaint filed at the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee authored by Proskauer Rose attorney Steven C. Krane, who acted in conflict of interest and violation of public offices with the Supreme Court of New York Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee and also in violation of his role as former President of the NY Bar Association precluding him from handling any bar complaints within a one year blackout and where he had personal and professional interests he also violated his ethics.  This sucks for like the guy who parades around as being an ethics leader, saddest day in the life of Socrates, rollin' in his grave.
226 2003 04 11 - Kenneth Rubenstein response authored by Proskauer attorney Steven C. Krane.  Krane was former New York State Bar Association President and former law clerk to New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, Krane was clerk for Chief Judge of New York, Judith Kaye who is also in conflict and abuse of public office as Kaye is married to a Porksour partner, who recently died, Stephen R. Kaye and Judith failed to take any actions when notified of the crimes in the courts she oversees!!!!!
227 2003 04 16 Supreme Court of New York First Department Disciplinary Committee regarding reply to Raymond Joao complaint.
228 2003 04 30 Eliot Bernstein / Iviewit response to Christopher Wheeler Florida Bar Complaint BOOKMARKED.  Wheeler's response it is later learned was tendered by his partner Matthew Triggs who was prohibited from representing any bar complaints due to his official position with the Florida Bar'
229 2003 04 30 Eliot Bernstein / Iviewit response to Christopher Wheeler Florida Bar Complaint BOOKMARKED.  Wheeler's response it is later learned was tendered by his partner Matthew Triggs who was prohibited from representing any bar complaints due to his official position with the Florida Bar. BOOKMARKED
230 2003 04 30 P. Stephen Lamont Rebuttal to Christopher Wheeler's response to the Florida Bar complaint filed against him. BOOKMARKED
231 2003 05 05 Florida Bar Receipt Filing
232 2003 05 06 Proskauer Florida Bar Receipt Filing
233 2003 05 23 Christopher Wheeler Admits Perjury and False Statements made to The Florida Bar in his response.  Of course Triggs, acting in conflict and violation of public office makes the perjurious statement a footnote.
234 2003 05 23 Christopher Wheeler Admits Perjury and False Statements made to The Florida Bar in his response.  Of course Triggs, acting in conflict and violation of public office makes the perjurious statement a footnote.
235 2003 05 23 Christopher Wheeler Response to Florida Bar Rebuttal 2, tendered by Matthew Triggs who acted in violation of his Florida Supreme Court Bar position in representing Wheeler.
237 2003 05 23 Wheeler Response to Rebuttal Partial
238 2003 05 26 Iviewit Rebuttal to Raymond Joao attorney misconduct complaint. 1753 Pages BOOKMARKED
241 2003 06 03 Iviewit Rebuttal to Wheeler 2nd Response to the Florida Bar complaint filed against him.  BOOKMARKED
242 2003 06 03 Iviewit Rebuttal to Wheeler Florida Bar Complaint 2nd Response Final
243 2003 06 04 Lorraine Christine Hoffman of The Florida Bar cover letter regarding Wheeler bar complaint.
244 2003 06 13 Kenneth Rubenstein affidavit to his deposition, where he writes in his answers without precedence, rhythm or reason.  Judge Jorge Labarga orders Rubenstein to return to deposition and answer the questions he refused the first time after walking out of his deposition.  Remember this is his deposition in his firms law suit.  
246 2003 07 01 Florida Bar Response Wheeler Complaint trying to claim that the federal state and international crimes presented them were more a civil matter.
247 2003 07 02 Iviewit Rebuttal to Kenneth Rubenstein's response to the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee. Final 2200+ Pages ALL
250 2003 07 04 Mitchell Welsch Letter of Understanding for Schiffrin and Barroway deal that went awry.
251 2003 07 16 Signed Letter of Understanding "LOU" between Iviewit & Schiffrin & Barroway for two million dollars and full funding of all legal counsel in all legal actions.  One must ask where are they and the story can be found in complaints filed at the Pennsylvania State Bar.  
252 2003 07 18 - Krishna Narine from Schiffrin & Barroway taking over patents and getting his family member Weisberg of Christopher & Weisberg, PA involved.
253 2003 07 18 - Krishna Narine from Schiffrin & Barroway taking over patents and getting his family member Weisberg of Christopher & Weisberg PA involved.
254 2003 07 22 - Krishna Narine of Schiffrin & Barroway transfers patents to Christopher & Weisberg.
255 2003 07 22 - Overnight and billing for transfer of patents to Christopher & Weisberg.
256 2003 07 22 Bernstein confirms patent transfer to Weisberg.
257 2003 07 24 Crossbow Ventures and DiStream Interactive deal.
258 2003 07 24 DiStream Interactive draft term sheet with Iviewit Inc. and Iviewit Holdings never executed as it was a bad deal and it was found that DiStream CEO Royal O'Brien had rewritten Iviewit patents into his name.
259 2003 07 25 Steven M. Selz of Selz & Muvdi letter regarding stand down orders in Labarga litigation because Schiffrin and Barroway operating under the signed LOU asked to replace him in the case.
260 2003 07 25 Steven M. Selz letter to Schiffrin & Barroway regarding stand down as counsel orders.
261 2003 07 28 Proskauer draft settlement that had so many flaws no one could sign it without repercussions of committing fraud against the Shareholders and they would not put in clause regarding the patents, that stated if the patents were damaged it was their liability.
262 2003 08 01 Judge Jorge Labarga grants Schiffrin & Barroway motion to withdraw as counsel, in a surprise move at a rehearing scheduling days after the original trial was cancelled by Labarga with no notice to Steven Selz, Iviewit's counsel or Iviewit.  This leaves Iviewit with no counsel on the eve trial, two law firms dismissed by Labarga whereby both said the other would be representing Iviewit.  
263 2003 08 01 Judge Jorge Labarga grants Steven M. Selz motion to withdraw as counsel for the upcoming trial after Selz states Schiffrin & Barroway who signed a binding Letter of Understanding would be handling the case.  Then Schiffrin & Barroway submits a surprise motion to withdraw and Labarga grants it, leaving Iviewit with no counsel. 
264 2003 08 01 Judge Jorge Labarga regarding Steven M. Selz's notice to withdraw and trial rescheduling.
265 2003 08 01 Schiffrin & Barroway notice to withdraw as counsel from Iviewit, breaching their binding LOU and legal retainer.
266 2003 08 01 Steven M. Selz withdrawal as counsel in Proskauer v. Iviewit.
267 2003 08 02 - Iviewit letter to Krishna Narine of Schiffrin & Barroway on Christopher & Weisberg PA failure to file response on patent after taking Iviewit as a client.
268 2003 08 02 - Iviewit letter to Christopher & Weisberg regarding their being retained by Schiffrin & Barroway, getting the patents transferred by Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman and then blowing off a patent filing in violation of Title 35 USC and the Federal Patent bar, for this they were added to the complaints with Harry I. Moatz, Director of the United States Patent & Trademark Office - Office of Enrollment & Discipline.
269 2003 08 04 Christopher & Weisberg withdrawal as counsel and attempts to claim they were not acting as counsel for Iviewit which is wholly untrue as they were retained by a family relative from Schiffrin & Barroway, Krishna Narine.  This seriously jeopardizes Iviewit with USPTO on patent filings.
270 2003 08 05 - Iviewit response to Christopher & Weisberg email stating they had missed a patent filing while being retained counsel.
271 2003 08 08 Federal Bureau of Investigation West Palm Beach Florida, original complaint filing with Glenda Moffat.
272 2003 08 12 Andrew Barroway of Schiffrin & Barroway Pennsylvania Bar complaint.
273 2003 08 13 Iviewit demand letter to Schiffrin & Barroway for performance under signed and binding LOU.
274 2003 08 13 Schiffrin & Barroway demand for performance letter.
275 2003 08 14 Chris