Saturday, January 17, 2015

INTENT TO DECEIVE AND COMITT FRAUD UPON THE USPTO ~ iViewit Technology Theft Story, Eliot Bernstein

US SERIAL NO. 09 522 721


I, Eliot I. Bernstein, as acting President of Iviewit and its affiliates, and as a named
inventor on this application, hereby request that the true and correct inventors be added
and the wrong inventors removed from this Non Provisional application 09 522 721 to
properly name the inventors of this invention.

The listed and incorrect inventors for this application are:
Eliot I. Bernstein
The true and correct inventors for this application are:
Eliot I. Bernstein
Zakirul Shirajee
Jude Rosario
The reason for this correction:

The true and correct inventors have been purposefully been left off this patent application
by three different counsels all failing to correctly fix the inventor issues and wrong
disclosures. Since the creation of the invention, our initial counsel in the Provisional
filing 60 125 824 attorneys Kenneth Rubenstein of Proskauer Rose LLP (“PR”) and
Raymond Joao of Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein, Wolf & Schlissel, P.C., (“MLGS”) failed
after repeated requests to make the inventor and content changes, although they had full
knowledge of the correct inventors and the correct invention. In addition, the content of
the Provisional application had changed from what the inventors disclosed initially and
pertinent disclosures were left out with malice and intent to deceive the USPTO and
further deprive the inventors of their inventions. Subsequent counsel to “PR” attorneys
William Dick, Douglas Boehm and Steven Becker of Foley & Lardner (“FL”) on this
Non Provisional filing, failed to correct either the inventors or the content of the
Provisional or Non-Provisional. This may now leave the pertinent disclosures left off and
incorrect inventors, to serve as new matter in the in subsequent Non Provisional filings
that claim priority to the Provisional application. "

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