"The SEC Indictment and subsequent Conviction of Marc S. Dreier as it relates to Proskauer, comes from the connection to Patent Attorney Raymond A. Joao.
Joao initially introduced to Iviewit as a Proskauer partner who was to take the patent disclosures on behalf of Proskauer Partner Kenneth Rubenstein. Joao was then found putting patents into his own name for inventions learned from Iviewit and myself, Joao now found with 90+ patents in his name.
Joao’s fraud on Iviewit also was a FRAUD ON THE UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE and is under investigation as such with the US Patent Office and FBI, which has led to the Iviewit Patents and Intellectual Properties SUSPENSION by the Commissioner of the US Patent Office, pending investigations of Joao and many other patent attorneys.
Joao then joined the Marc S. Dreier law firm of Dreier & Baritz. This new information should be cause for the Investigators to reanalyze the entire Marc S. Dreier in light of this new evidence, and in fact, the monies of the Dreier Ponzi allegedly directly relate to royalties from sales and licensing of Joao’s stolen Intellectual Properties. The Dreier Ponzi is alleged to be another money-laundering scheme concocted by the Defendants in my Federal RICO & ANTITRUST lawsuit. Investigators should also cease distribution of assets in the Dreier Ponzi, especially where the Trustee appears conflicted with Proskauer and again the court actions may be further attempts by these all too clever law firms to abscond with funds in further illegal legal actions and Fraud on the Court.
In addition to the links in the Stanford section, which deal with the Drier / Joao / Iviewit connection, additional links below substantiate these claims and are included in entirety by reference herein,
Raymond Anthony Joao’s Biography from Dreier & Baritz LLP states, quote,
“Raymond A. Joao joined Dreier & Baritz LLP in 2001 as Of Counsel to the Firm’s intellectual property department. Mr. Joao brings to the Firm an extensive legal, business and engineering background encompassing virtually all aspects of intellectual property, including prosecution of patent applications; reexaminations; preparation of patent opinions; litigation; and counseling clients in the development, management and exploitation of their intellectual property assets.
Mr. Joao is also currently an intellectual property management consultant for various start-up software, telecommunication, Internet and e-commerce companies. He regularly directs new business and intellectual property development efforts; negotiates contracts; drafts license agreements; performs due diligence in mergers and acquisitions; assists in the preparation of business plans, executive summaries and other corporate documents; conducts competitive analysis studies; aids in the formulation of litigation strategies; and assists in capital raising efforts.
Notably, Mr. Joao is the inventor of 10 issued U.S. patents and has over 80 patent pending technologies. Mr. Joao was also a founder of Electroship (N.Y.), Inc. which was formed to exploit certain patent pending technologies of which Mr. Joao was a co-inventor. Electroship (N.Y.), Inc. was acquired by a public company within six months of its formation. Mr. Joao headed Electroship’s intellectual property and corporate efforts, as well as the merger and acquisition deal leading up to the merger.
Prior to joining Dreier & Baritz, Mr. Joao was head of the Intellectual Property
Department at Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein & Schlissel, P.C. in Mineola, New York.
He was also formerly a partner at Anderson Kill & Olick, P.C. in New York in the Intellectual Property Group. Prior to the commencement of his legal career, Mr. Joao was an electrical engineer with Loral Corporation in the Systems Engineering Group, and prior to that was an engineer with Sperry Corporation. Mr. Joao obtained a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1982 and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1984 from Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science.
He received his law degree in 1990 from St. John’s University School of Law. Most recently, in 1999, he obtained a Masters in Business Administration in Finance from Baruch College/City University. Mr. Joao is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the New York State and Connecticut Bars. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.”
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