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09-15-2012, 06:01 PM #1
Robert White, creator of FastSurf
Does anyone have any information of whatever became of Robert White, after the problems of Cadkey and Baystate Technologies? I am an admirer of his positive contributions to the development of cad/cam for the PC, especially for his creation and manipulation of surfaces.
09-15-2012, 06:22 PM #2
PM's toolset breaks the URI, so stick a "dubbyah dubbyah dubbyah dot see enn see dot com" in front of:
" /forums/cadkey_keycreator/143379-any_keycreator_users_out_there.html "
Second post is from himself.
Last edited by thermite; 09-15-2012 at 11:19 PM.
10-22-2012, 07:45 PM #3
Thanks for asking Bruce
Thanks for asking Bruce
Still battling to be paid for FastSURF/FastSOLID.
Here is my latest result:
11-11828 - Robert White v. Kubotek Corp., et al
It might not look promising to most readers, but it is the clearest, most complete, and most erroneous ruling by a court in this case to date.
I’ll be filing yet another appeal in the First Circuit on this ruling within a few months (my fifth so far)
If you have heard anything about the US Supreme Court ruling in Stern v Marshall (Ana Nicole Smith v here rich deceased husband’s son) you might realize the Supreme Court says the bankruptcy courts have bitten off way more authority to decide issues than the constitution allows.
That was certainly the situation in CADKEY' bankruptcy in my opinion and that is what I am appealing.
I anticipate seeking Supreme Court review (my fourth so far) of the following questions:
1. Can a bankruptcy judge issue an injunction against a creditor(me) suing a perjurious buyer(Kubotek) in a contested bankruptcy sale conducted absent a fair return for creditors, and
2. Can a bankruptcy judge enjoin an action against actual fraudulent conveyance committed in a contested bankruptcy sale conducted absent a fair return for creditors.
For those who gots to know the good professor George Kuney's book on this case is available from Westlaw at:
Kuney's Bamboozled: Anatomy of a Bankruptcy: Baystate v. Bowers and its Aftermath
10-23-2012, 07:03 AM #4
Sorry to hear you are still fighting this so many years later. As a former customer of yours, I've had an interest in your case, hoping that you would be vindicated. It's disheartening to know that you still have to endure this ordeal.
If anyone wants to have faith in the system, they're going to have to look elsewhere.
10-23-2012, 03:12 PM #5
Not to worry
Thanks for the kind words.
Not to worry.
I’ve learned so much about the courts and law.
I am privileged to write about it.
Who knows ---.
R. Storey White