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New Press Releases (May 23,2011)


Feb 23rd, 2012   Wick Phillips Wins Victory in BroadStar Appeal
   

 

Wick Phillips Wins Victory in BroadStar Appeal

 

Fifth Circuit Appeals Court Affirms Patent Ownership Ruling

DALLAS – February 23, 2012 –Wick Phillips Gould & Martin, LLP, a full-service business law firm, announces that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans issued a favorable ruling in the litigation styled, BroadStar Wind Systems Group v. Thomas Stephens, et al., Case No. 11-10025. 

In the case, the Defendant, former officer and owner Thomas Stephens, contended that he and not BroadStar owned certain technology related to the AeroCam™ wind turbine, an advanced wind turbine design that could have a number of practical applications for generating green energy.  Following oral argument in December, the Fifth Circuit affirmed the District Court’s Declaratory Judgment, which had rejected Stephens’s arguments and confirmed that BroadStar was the rightful owner of the technology including all relevant patents. 

Andrew M. Gould and Marcia N. Jackson, co-counsel for BroadStar, said the Fifth Circuit’s decision is significant and has allowed the successor entity to BroadStar to move forward with its plans to raise the additional capital necessary to shift the advanced design to the commercialization stage.   “The District Court’s ruling in BroadStar’s favor was an essential first step in this dispute,” said Gould. “BroadStar is pleased the Fifth Circuit reached the same conclusion as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.” 

 
   
Predecessor Company Press Releases


Mar 25th, 2009   FM Facility Maintenance Announces Wind Energy Partnership with BroadStar Wind Systems
   

FM Facility Maintenance has made a major investment in innovative wind turbine producer, BroadStar Wind Systems of Dallas, and has entered into a strategic partnership to install energy efficient, building-mounted AeroCam wind turbines for major customer facilities.

 
   
 
Sep 5th, 2008   Wind in their sales
   

By Margaret Allen / Dallas Business Journal

With major corporations going green, Dallas startup BroadStar Wind Systems LP is getting slammed by demand for its wind turbine generators.

 
   
 
Aug 31st, 2008   J.C. Penney to test Dallas firm's new wind turbines
   

By Eric Torbenson / The Dallas Morning News

It looks like a big spinning eggbeater and might just be the next big thing in wind power. It's Dallas-based BroadStar Wind Systems' AeroCam wind turbine, and you can see one soon on a distribution center for Plano-based J.C. Penney in Reno, Nevada.

 
   
Aug 29th, 2008   Wind energy growth not just hot air
   

By Debra Hazel / GlobeSt.com

Imagine looking out at New York Harbor and seeing vast fields of windmills, helping to power the city. Mayor Michael Bloomberg has. Speaking last month at the 2008 National Clean Energy Summit at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Bloomberg announced New York City�s plans to develop new sources of renewable energy, which could include the power of air.

 
   
 
Aug 13th, 2008   BroadStar signs agreement with JCPenney for wind power project using innovative new wind turbine
   

BroadStar Wind Systems has reached an agreement with JCPenney to install AeroCam wind turbines at the major U.S. retailer’s 1.6 million-square-foot distribution center in Reno, Nevada.

 
   
 
Aug 13th, 2008   JCPenney launches solar and wind power projects
   

Demonstrating its commitment to adopting renewable power sources that deliver both environmental and business benefits, J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE:JCP) today announced plans for solar and wind power projects that will supply electricity to 10 stores and one distribution center.