Maybe this time there will be an actual conclusion to the case on September 18th, liability and all, whatever amount that might be. From a company and Veal standpoint, hopefully it is a somewhat affordable number. From a shareholder standpoint, closure alone would be nice.
As for the stock, my optimism has faded away. If it trades again, it will be like winning the lottery, and in my opinion the odds of trading again are pretty equal to winning powerball. So if it never trades again, fine. Does anyone know at what point we can determine if the stock is dead, so we can at least declare it a capital loss for tax purposes?
By the way, anyone can look at PACER at www.pacer.gov, you just need to create an account, and search for the lawsuit to view documents. Documents are 10 cents a page, and this cost is waived if you are below a certain amount quarterly.
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