Patent Office filings are shuffled out the USPTO backdoor to crony lawyers, banks and deep-pocket clients
(Nov. 26, 2014)—AFI investigators have wondered how certain judges, bureaucrats and politicians acquire sudden wealth after attaining high office. It’s either pure genius, or fraud. Turns out it’s mostly fraud, at least in the cases we have investigated: Leader v. Facebook and Pi-Net v. JPMorgan.
We see the same patterns in Ceglia v. Zuckerberg and Rembrandt v. Facebook. The list of go to-attorneys for this Cartel is a tight little group associated with their adviser, Professor James P. Chandler. Chandler appears to be running the show from his perch on the Potomac. Tom Clancy couldn’t make this up.
First we’ll describe how we believe they did it, then we’ll give hard data retrieved from the government’s archives to prove it. Thanks to librarians from a prominent law school for their assistance. Since a picture is worth a 1000 words, Fig. 2 is an illustration of how Leader Technologies’ attorneys Professor James P. Chandler and Fenwick & West LLP (Gordon K. Davidson) led the heist.
The Scene of the Crime:
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Several documents that were generated at the scene of this crime were available in plain sight, once we knew where to look.
OGE Acting Director F. Gary Davis introduced a tortured 13-page Gruberesque advisory on mutual funds that opened the floodgates
On Aug. 25, 2000, F. Gary Davis, 21-year veteran and acting director of the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) issued a tortured 13-page advisory opinion on mutual fund reporting. This advisory introduced the ludicrous notion that fund manager writings in prospectuses (and not actual fund holdings) would govern decisions about disclosing potentially conflicting stocks in a mutual fund. Given the notoriously known penchant for brokers to lie, surely Davis’ 21-years of experience told him this was a bad idea. Was David lining his retirement pockets with Cartel favors?
Following on Davis’ heals seven months later, on Mar. 14, 2001, the U.S. Judicial Conference introduced sweeping changes to the Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees. These changes cleared the way for federal employees in the justice system to use Davis’ ethics advisory to hide their stock in litigants under a euphemistically defined “safe harbor” exemption.
Here’s when senior administration lawyers started fleecing America:
Hard evidence of this collusion between deep-pocket patent infringers and patent judges
For example, Patent Judge Brian J. McNamara holds up to $3 million in mutual fund stocks. He currently presides over a series of “patent reexaminations” triggered by mega patent infringers JPMorgan and SAP against Internet pioneer Dr. Lakshmi Arunachalam’s. Judge McNamara makes $150,000 per year in salary. Clearly he suffers from sudden-onset investing genius. Click here to read her latest request for an impartial tribunal.
Click here to jump to previous post revealing Judge Leonard P. Stark's holdings and conflicts of interest in Leader and Pi-Net litigants.
Longtime Federal Circuit Judge Alan D. Lourie in the Leader v. Facebook judicial corruption scandal is worth up to $15 million. How do they do it? Are they that much smarter?
The Great Mutual Fund Scam
Dr. Arunachalam writes about this Great Mutual Fund Scam in her latest patent office complaints about Judge Brian J. McNamara bias. Or, click here for that filing.
In Fig. 4 we include the related timeline for Leader v. Facebook events. The koinky dinks are off the charts now that the modus operandi is evident.
Cartel Objectives: IBM’s “The Internet of Things” (monitor everything including toasters) and extend NSA snooping capabilities using Leader's and Pi-Net's inventions
IBM and Microsoft figure prominently in this heist. The judges in Leader’s unprecedented 3rd patent reexam ordered by Kappos are all IBM and Microsoft cronies. In fact the chief judge, Stephen C. Siu, worked for both IBM and Microsoft, according to Siu's newly acquired financial disclosures. The patent judges between them have issued almost 100 patents to IBM, Microsoft and Xerox. Judge Siu’s failed to disclose his newly discovered holdings in Fidelity Contrafund (his largest single holding).
Judge McNamara holds Fidelity Contrafund as does Eric H. Holder, John G. Roberts, Jr. and three of the four Leader v. Facebook judges, Kimberly A. Moore (she sold it after the IPO, but held it during the Leader v. Facebook proceedings), Evan J. Wallach and Leonard P. Stark (though his Fidelity funds of funds).
America appears to be run by people who are little more than educated bandits.
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