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https://plus.google.com/115206014810489280928 juan jose :

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Antitrust Lawsuits To Move Against JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, & Bank Of America
The U.S. Supreme Court turned away an appeal by Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and JP Morgan Chase & Co., refusing to stop antitrust lawsuits that accuse some of the world’s largest bank…
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J.P.MORGAN CHASE OLIOGARCHS GOLDMAN SACHS D.C. from the Flickr app! Check it out:
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https://plus.google.com/105063171360810266511 EVELYN LOZADA :

This Former JP Morgan Chase Exec Is Running the World With Beyoncé – Fortune | beyonce
Fortune Pamon is now taking on the role of chief operating officer of Beyoncé's management company, Parkwood Entertainment, which encompasses artist management, production, tours, film, television, and apparel. Pamon was the brain behind the the bank's … Beyoncé shakes up her management ...
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JP Morgan Chase pays $55m over racial discrimination - BBC News
US bank JP Morgan Chase pays $55m to settle racial discrimination charges.
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https://plus.google.com/108830156887539589935 Read Naturally : Not enough students graduate high school ready for the work force, leaving many career positions unfilled...
Not enough students graduate high school ready for the work force, leaving many career positions unfilled. JP Morgan Chase put together a $20 million dollar grant to help increase career readiness after high school.
http://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2017-01-11/jp-morgan-chase-state-schools-association-announce-20-million-grants-program-to-align-students-with-jobs


JP Morgan Chase, State Schools Association Announce $20 Million Grants Program to Align Students With Jobs
Grants are part of a bigger effort to fix the growing skills gap facing employers.
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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health Care, JP Morgan Chase (NYSE: JPM), Ares Management LP (NYSE: ARES) lead San Antonio transactions - San Antonio Business Journal
This weekly blog details recent commercial real estate deals — including sales, leases, new assignments and openings — in the San Antonio area. Do you have newsworthy real estate or retail news to share? Contact real estate reporter Katie Burke at kburke@bizjournals.com.
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https://plus.google.com/112493278758472777775 Timmothy Boettcher : Kentucky is among 10 states that JP Morgan Chase has awarded $2 million New Skills for Youth grant, ...
Kentucky is among 10 states that JP Morgan Chase has awarded $2 million New Skills for Youth grant, designed to help close what Gov. Matt Bevin considers a “tech skills gap” by aligning high school training to make seniors either job-ready or…
Timmothy Boettcher, CEO Realityworks, KY hopeful grant will help close tech skills gap, create jobs , Timm Boettcher, Tim Boettcher,
Kentucky is among 10 states that JP Morgan Chase has awarded $2 million New Skills for Youth grant, designed to help close what Gov. Matt Bevin considers a “tech skills gap” by aligning…
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JP Morgan Chase, State Schools Association Announce $20 Million Grants Program to Align Students With Jobs
Grants are part of a bigger effort to fix the growing skills gap facing employers.
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https://plus.google.com/104548823657171558119 Varguennes : January 21st, 2005 America's second biggest bank, JP Morgan Chase, has made a rare apology for its s...
January 21st, 2005
America's second biggest bank, JP Morgan Chase, has made a rare apology for its subsidiaries' involvement in the slave trade 200 years ago, admitting that it accepted slaves as loan collateral and ended up owning several hundred.
The Wall Street heavyweight said parts of the business accepted thousands of slaves as collateral on loans made to plantation owners in the South in the early 19th century.

It sent a letter to employees expressing contrition for its involvement in a "brutal and unjust institution". It made the disclosure to comply with a rule requiring companies to detail past dealings with the trade when they are doing business with the city of Chicago.

Citizens' Bank and Canal Bank in Louisiana, both now part of JP Morgan, served plantations from the 1830s until the American civil war, which ended in 1865.

The banks sometimes took ownership of slaves when the plantation owners defaulted on loans.

The company estimated that between 1831 and 1865 the two banks accepted approximately 13,000 slaves as collateral and ended up owning about 1,250 slaves.

The bank has posted documents on the slaves it took into ownership online at www.bankone.com/ourapology.

They are often listed as "un named individuals" or by first name only, including Peggy, Jacob, Big Joe, Lucille, Armi-sted, Monday and Celestine.

Citizens' and Canal merged in 1924 and were bought by Chase in 1931, which merged with JP Morgan in 2000.

The bank became America's second largest after acquiring Bank One last year.
Bank admits it owned slaves | World news | The Guardian

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https://plus.google.com/104263066308124666606 Elijah Tishbite :

JP Morgan Chase pays $55m over racial discrimination - BBC News
US bank JP Morgan Chase pays $55m to settle racial discrimination charges.
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https://plus.google.com/114363956377953841320 NACA : JP Morgan Chase settles a federal lawsuit claiming discrimination in mortgage lending by charging higher...
JP Morgan Chase settles a federal lawsuit claiming discrimination in mortgage lending by charging higher rates to African-Americans and Hispanics even though they presented no greater credit risk than whites. http://ow.ly/v99g308auvd
JPMorgan pays $55M to settle mortgage discrimination lawsuit
The U.S. said the bank overcharged "thousands" of black, Hispanic borrowers.
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https://plus.google.com/100882607401920942714 Click Send Cash : The Government's 11th-Hour Push for Fair Pay - In the waning hours of the Obama administration, the ...
The Government's 11th-Hour Push for Fair Pay - In the waning hours of the Obama administration, the U.S. Labor Department has filed suits against federal contractors Oracle and J.P. Morgan Chase alleging that some employees weren’t paid fairly.
The Government’s 11th-Hour Push for Fair Pay - WSJ
In the waning hours of the Obama administration, the U.S. Labor Department has filed suits against federal contractors Oracle and J.P. Morgan Chase alleging that some employees weren’t paid fairly.
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https://plus.google.com/117544076381855872420 News 2come : BlackRock Inc has a stake in Toshiba Corp of 5.01 percent, according to a Japanese government filing...
BlackRock Inc has a stake in Toshiba Corp of 5.01 percent, according to a Japanese government filing, likely becoming the struggling firm's top shareholder. According the filing, BlackRock had bought the stake for investment purposes. JP Morgan Chase…
BlackRock owns 5 percent of Toshiba, likely becoming top shareholder
BlackRock Inc has a stake in Toshiba Corp of 5.01 percent, according to a Japanese government filing, likely becoming the struggling firm's top shareholder. According the filing, BlackRock had…
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https://plus.google.com/102434424081496437400 Roland Martin Reports : JP Morgan Chase’s settles a discrimination lawsuit for $55 million. @tvonetv #NewsOneNow
JP Morgan Chase’s settles a discrimination lawsuit for $55 million. @tvonetv #NewsOneNow
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https://plus.google.com/107084807646686989810 Michael Rutt : Ford Motor Company and Basic Ideas for a Venture. As a courtesy to Balthazar Getty and the Rockefeller...
Ford Motor Company and Basic Ideas for a Venture.

As a courtesy to Balthazar Getty and the Rockefeller Family, your folders are visible. American Express, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Eastman Chemical Company and Baker & McKenzie Law Firm, their basic folders in memory sticks, are also visible.

The basic folder of the scanned sections of the Handbook Number 6 are also visible.

Thank you to Bill Ford Jr. for his support. Venture Opportunities

Records for Bill Ford Jr. in the future. The below file names are folders in a memory stick for your perusal. The folders below contain scans, word files and photographs for your records.

For Bill Ford Jr. and the Ford Motor Company. If you choose to become the venture partner in the new non-combustible engine, the first few meetings are only contract review.

Another possible venture with the Ford Motor Company is a New Car Battery. Some of the pages were located for view on the New Car Battery on the site of the Eastman Kodak Trust on Facebook. The presentation has been enhanced since seen on the site of the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC on Facebook.

In review, the Initial Target Market: European Cities. Battery (theoretical) can power a maximum 4000-pound automobile.

Executive Summary:

A possible venture for the Ford Motor Company with the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is the manufacturing of a Car Battery that can operate an approximately a 4000-pound automobile without Petrol or Gasoline. The first target audience of the Car Battery is European Cities. The automobile must also be modified to enhance the performance of the new car battery. (Theoretical) Notation: 39 Volt Minimum to 70 Volt Car Battery is a replacement for Petrol and Gasoline. The First Car Battery is Hand Made.

This scanned folder maybe needed for a later venture with a Technology Company to pursue compression in a computer or mainframe. This folder is not needed for a legal presentation for numbers 1 to 79.

80. IBM Compression Program for IBM Mainframe. A venture is required with a Technology Company:

A. IBM Mainframe Program pages 1-15
B. IBM Mainframe Program pages 16-30
C. IBM Mainframe Program pages 31-45
D. IBM Mainframe Program pages 46-60
E. IBM Mainframe Program pages 61-74
F. IBM Mainframe Program pages 75-85
G. IBM Mainframe Program pages 86-104
H. IBM Mainframe Program pages after 104 and undefined



1. A Presentation Summary for Law Firm
2. Agreement for Services for Law Firm
3. Albert Einstein EIN Trademark for Michael Rutt
4. Background: Bank of America for David Leitch GC
5. Background Attorneys Baker & McKenzie - Milbank & Tweed

6. Baker & McKenzie Law Firm Law Suit and Award
A. 42 pages of Highlights from the Handbook Number 6
B. 4-30-13 email from Federal Bankruptcy Court NYC (nysb.uscourts.gov) and reply
C. Award against Baker & McKenzie Law Suit
D. Handbook #6 Baker & McKenzie NYC Appellate Court
E. James Colihan-Baker & McKenzie Law Suit
F. Summary of ownership parts for law firm
G. Trust Breaks by Baker & McKenzie for the Eastman Kodak Trust (Estate)

7. Bank of America Lawsuit-Charles Holliday CEO and Award
8. Bank of America Lawsuit Exhibits
9. BASF Ownership and Personal Employment for Verification
10. (Name withheld) Chemical Company Payment of $1,000,000.00
11. Charles Gerdts PricewaterhouseCoopers Law Suit and Award
12. Daniel Carp Former Eastman Kodak CEO

13. Debt File & America Express Debt to be paid by Baker & McKenzie
A. 2-22-13 Credit Agency Report
B. 6-10-13 Complete WPB Court Exhibit- Gatestone Collection Agency
C. 9-11-13 Nationwide Credit Collection Agency Documents
D. 9-17-13 Complete Nationwide Collection Agency Documents for Review
E. 10-12-13 Complete Zwicker and Associates Collection Agency
F. 10-28-13 Zwicker and Associates – American Express


14. Debt File & Chase Bank Debt to be paid by Baker & McKenzie
A. 5-6-13 Collection Allied Interstate for JPM Chase Bank
B. Chase Bank 1099C for the debt to be paid by Baker McKenzie Law Firm 12-31-15
C. Court Documents to Chase Amex TD Ameritrade Bank of America
D. Credit Agencies confirmation sent JP Morgan Law Suit
E. Credit Agency Report 2-22-13
F. Credit Information
G. Facebook GC Theodore Ullyot in collusion with JP Morgan Chase
H. Letter to Estate Attorney on Debt
I. Rockefeller Family - Chase Bank


15. Debt File Package for Estate
A. American Express Debt to be paid by Baker & McKenzie Law Firm
B. Bar of California- Chase- Credit Agency
C. Chase Bank Debt to be paid by Baker & McKenzie Law Firm
D. Credit Report Michael Rutt 9-3-2012
E. Debt File Package for Estate Part 1 (Scanned file too large for one section)
F. Debt File Package for Estate Part 2
G. Debt File Package for Estate Part 3
H. Debt File Package for Estate Part 4
I. Debt File Package for Estate Part 5
J. Experian Alert on credit report
K. Facebook GC Theodore Ullyot in collusion with JP Morgan Chase
L. Fraud Alert on Experian TransUnion Equifax
M. TransUnion Credit Agency Fraud Alert on and Clean


16. Documents Kodak Eastman Vanderbilt Rockefeller Facebook
17. Donation to the Picasso Museum in Paris on Google+
18. Donations and TD Ameritrade Account Change
19. Donations Princeton Einstein and Rutgers on Google +
20. DuPont Chemical Appellate Court and Family
21. Dupont Properties – Homer and his cousin
22. Eastman Chemical - American Stock Transfer and Trust

23. Eastman Chemical Dividends and EMN Executive Team
A. Eastman Chemical Dividend Spreadsheet starting March 11, 2011
B. Eastman Chemical Dividends and Stock Split
C. Eastman Chemical Increased Reinvested Dividends for January 4 2016
D. Eastman Chemical Letter from security (Guardsmark Security) from Eastman Legal
E. Eastman Dividend April 1 2016
F. EMN Dividend Notice January 2017 Payment
G. EMN Executive Team 2012
H. EMN Executive Team 2016 from EMN Website
I. EMN Executive Team 2016 from Reuters
J. IRS Tax form 3949a Eastman Chemical
K. June 30 2016 EMN Stock SEC
L. Official Stock Notice of 2-1 EMN Stock Split
M. SEC info for Kodak and Eastman Chemical Verification of my stock
N. Yahoo Finance EMN Stock Split 10-4-11

24. Eastman Kodak Report
25. Eastman Kodak Trust LLC PNC Statements
26. EIN Eastman Kodak Trust Filing in IRS EIN Division
27. Einstein Picasso Guthman Rutt Optics Experiment
28. EKTLLC Florida State Registration for 2015, 2016, and 2017
29. EKTLLC PO BOX 354
30. Employment EKTLLC and Eastman Kodak Company
31. Facebook and General Counsel California Appellate Court Documents
32. Fidelity Wachovia TD Ameritrade IRA Statements
33. Ford Documents for Attorneys
34. Former President George W Bush Communications
35. General Electric Board Ownership Appellate Court

36. Getty Museum and Balthazar Getty
A. Getty Museum Initial Letter 2011
B. Getty Museum Summary
C. Letter of Recommendation to Balthazar Getty
D. Letter to Estate Attorney regarding Balthazar Getty

37. Google+ website posts from 2014 to current
38. Govt Board Ownership Stock Certificates Moved by Govt
39. Govt Board Ownership Stock Certificates Owner Michael Rutt
40. Guardsmark Security Law Suit and Award

41. Handbook Number 6 Documents for Attorneys (Scanned sections for review)
A. Handbook Number 6 Albany NY Appellate Court and NY State AG
B. Handbook Number 6 California Appellate Court
C. Handbook Number 6 Chicago Appellate ARDC confirmation of Govt Employees
D. Handbook Number 6 New York City and Brooklyn NY Appellate Courts
E. Handbook Number 6 Rochester NY Appellate Court
F. Handbook Number 6 United States Bankruptcy Court NYC
G. Handbook Number 6 Various Topics Bush-Rockefeller-Martha Stewart-Getty
H. Handbook Number 6 Washington DC

42. IRS 3949A Filings for GE EK EMN & George Bush
43. JP Morgan Chase Law Suit and Award
44. Judge Lucy Brown
45. Judge Terry Lewis Court Documents Tallahassee Florida
46. Judge William Thomas March 26 2012 Law Suit
47. Kodak Gallery & Products Manufactured
48. Kodak Global Strategic Business Services
49. (Private) Estate Law Firm - Bank of America- JP Morgan Chase - PWC
50. (Private) Estate Law Firm Folder
51. Mail Receipts
52. Martha Stewart & Eliot Spitzer AG NY
53. Michael A Rutt Trust Owner and TTEE
54. NRAI Payment 2016-2017 for Eastman Kodak Trust LLC
55. Pablo Picasso - The Artist and His Muses
56. Pablo Picasso Original Painting -The Windmill - as Owner
57. Personal Info for Michael Rutt including Estate
58. Phone Bill - Milbank - Ford Motor – Chase Bank
59. Phone Bill Complete Eastman Kodak Trust LLC
60. Proxy Votes 2016 General Electric and Google+ Website
61. Proxy Votes by Board Owner
62. (Private) Retirement Plan at age 65

63. Rockefeller Family Trust
A. 6-4-2010 Rockefeller Letter returning Picasso Windmill Book
B. Tax Form 3949a David Rockefeller Jr
C. Facebook GC Theodore Ullyot in collusion with JP Morgan Chase
D. First Letter to David Rockefeller Sr in 1992
E. Handbook Number 6 Rockefeller Court Papers from 1992 to NYC Appellate Court 2010-2011
F. Rockefeller Family Members entitled to first interest payment to Estate Lawyer
G. Rockefeller Family Trust Confirmation of Trustee Position for family
H. Rockefeller Family Trust IRS Documents
I. Rockefeller Family Trust Payments to me sent to Estate Lawyer
J. JP Morgan Chase Law Suit
K. Lack of Prosecution Award against JP Morgan Chase
L. The Check Cleared and then JP Morgan Chase defrauded the situation

64. Rockefeller Initial payment for $100,000
65. Sale of Property to pay bills and obligations
66. Security and Exchange Commission - SEC
67. State Bar of Texas - George W Bush
68. Summary of Ownership for Law Firm Review
69. Tax Year 2008 and 2009 Michael Rutt
70. TD Ameritrade Eastman Kodak Stock Bankruptcy Worthless
71. TD Ameritrade Statements and Terms
72. Trademark - Eastman Kodak Trust LLC
73. United States Bankruptcy Court NYC
74. United States Supreme Court Filing
75. US DOJ Civil Rights Division & John McCain
76. USPS receipts from IRS Fresno CA plus Rockefeller
77. USPTO United States Patent and Trademark Office
78. Vanderbilt Pens Lighters and Accessories General Information
79. Vanguard Group and Vanderbilt Trust


Basic ideas for an agreement for Venture Partners:


For Bill Ford Jr. and the Ford Motor Company. If you choose to become the venture partner in the new non-combustible engine, the first few meetings are only contract review. As experts in automobile engines, the design and concept will not be available until the contracts are signed. My assets described in “about”, have to be available, as these assets are required for enforcement in court of any contracts. This money is also used to retool the manufacturing capabilities of Ford Worldwide. No money, no projects as ventures, as all the projects become a sale for my retirement. At that time the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC does not need any employees as I can handle the sale of the projects. No money, no employment as employees are not needed.


As the assets move and the employees at the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC are in place, within the first few meetings of reviewing the concept and design of the new engine, as experts at the Ford Motor Company, the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is no longer required.


However, if both sides are in discussion on product development, both sides are too far along the process to pull the plug on any of the ventures. The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC has no idea if the products work as they have not yet been developed.


It is a choice to venture with the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC by the General Electric Company and Ford Motor Company. The cash to initiate the projects has to come from the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC at the beginning, as both companies are publicly held and the initial cash has to be accounted to shareholders. The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is a private company for the time being and the cash outlay has different rules. But the expertise of GE and Ford are required.


The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is all about the public and our ventures down the road. The below basic ideas for a venture agreement are not involved with General Electric Company or the Ford Motor Company.


The below copy of my stock certificate verifies that I am the Eastman Chemical Company Board of Directors Owner.


Basic ideas for an Agreement for Venture Partners:


Open agreement for discussion by the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC for the Chemistry for the Textile Industry (“Black for Fashion”) seen on Facebook on the transition of “ALL I SEE IS YELLOW” part one to part two.

The discussed payments below are just a guideline for the venture partner. The venture partner will have to review the benefits of the new chemistry before contracts are in place, such as new yearly income and profit of the new chemistry to their business. The cost of manufacturing, and the selling price to customers has to be reviewed.


Maximum payment for the development of “Black for Fashion” (seen on the transition of “ALL I SEE IS YELLOW” part one to part two, on Facebook) is $300,000.00 for the chemistry presented by the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC for the venture period of one year. The venture company is required to be capable of research & development, quality control, and manufacturing. The time frame for the venture is one year with the ability to extend the agreement for another year as discussed below under item number 24. During this initial 1 to 12-month process of developing the new chemistry, there are built in payments along the process for the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. The payments are respectfully; $10,000.00 when the agreement is signed and payment is Net 15 days. Another payment for $75,000.00 after the first 60 days from signing. After 120 days from signing the contract the next payment is $65,000.00. Maximum payment is capped at $300,000.00 for the first year which includes any partial payments during the first 120 days. Any partial payments from the first 120 days are subtracted from the capped maximum of $300,000.00 at the end of one year. At the end of the one-year period the payment is $150,000.00 owed to the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. Payment is always Net 15 days.

It is an exclusive venture between your company and the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC to work together. Given the initial chemistry presented to your firm for use, initial payment of $10,000.00 will be required. The chemistry has to be developed in the venture company’s laboratory and becomes the property of your firm after one year (after payment made to the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC) or termination of the contract after 120 days with the three payments made. After the 120 days a 30-day window is given to terminate the contract. Within this 30-day window your company has to approve the full year decision to go the remaining year with the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC and payment is required at the end of the year. This will include the ownership of any patents your company wishes to pursue. A payment of $10,000.00 is on signing the agreement. Since some of the initial chemistry is presented the initial payment of $10,000.00 would be required; therefore, the initial payment of the initial money is not a discussion. The situation is your company has to use my initial chemistry to develop the new chemistry. The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is not being hired as an employee but a venture partner. The Eastman Kodak Trust has the right to submit an expense report to the venture partner.

The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC will provide some initial starting chemistry for your review. All documents are mailed by your firm to our P.O. Box 354, Boca Raton, Florida, for the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. I will not email any documents as electronic files as they are not considered secure and can be read by outside parties. I will be available by phone for your employees. I will send and read, text only emails. Therefore, attachments or files are sent through the United States Postal Service to your company.

These are the procedures to be agreed upon by your company and the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. The goal is the manufacturing of the new chemistry for the textile industry “Black for Fashion” (seen on the transition of “ALL I SEE IS YELLOW” part one to part two, on Facebook) The first meeting is only to decide if your company is interested. The new chemistry belongs to your company after the first 120 days and the three payments are made if the contract is terminated. Or the new chemistry belongs to your company after the one-year agreement is satisfied. If your company wants a purchase of the chemistry initially it is impossible as the agreement is for your company and the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC to develop the new products together at a minimum of 120 days. The chemistry is not a sale. The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC cannot guarantee your company can manufacturer any products in the first 120 days.

1. Your management has the right to evaluate your company’s progress after the first 120 days (in a 30-day window) of signing the contract to decide if your company wants to terminate this agreement and develop the products on your own. If your company wants a terminate the contract after 120 days as you feel you can develop the chemistry yourselves then your firm is required to pay the Eastman Kodak Trust $65,000.00 after 120 days. The contract is terminated in a 30-day window.

2. If the contract is not signed and your company has reviewed the starting chemistry, I have the right to present the same agreement to any other company. Because the starting chemistry would be considered stolen.

3. If agreed for the venture by your company is presented and signed, no lawsuits can be filed against your company and the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. If payment for the venture is not paid to the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC that is the only allowed lawsuit.

4. If your company is not capable of producing the research and development required to manufacture the new chemistry the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC has the right at the inception before the contract is signed to review whether your company is qualified. If your company is not qualified to produce the new chemistry the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC can terminate the venture before the agreement is signed and review new venture companies. No law suits can be filed. No chemistry has transferred to your company yet during this process.

5. The $300,000.00 capped maximum payment is a taxable event with the payment breaks.

6. Your company has a right to privacy and documents cannot be presented by the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC to any other companies before and after the third payment of 120 days unless the first payments of $150,000.00 have not been paid and then the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is able to seek new venture partners.

7. If after 120 days your company discovers your research department is not qualified to finish the new chemistry your company has the right to outsource the research & development to another business. This means that the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC did not see the deficiency to your company on first review. The contract is terminated by your company and the three payments of $150,000.00 has been paid. However, as a courtesy the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is available for another 90 days to a subcontractor of your choice for $25,000.00. Travel expenses are paid by this new company or yours. The $25,000.00 can be paid by your company or the subcontractor. $10,000.00 is payable before services are rendered within a 60-day window of the termination at 120 days of the contract between your firm and the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC at Net 15 days. The reason payment is before services rendered is because credibility has been established. At the end of the 90-day consulting service a payment of $25,000.00 is required.

8. The privacy rights can be waived if both parties are in agreement.

9. I have a right to privacy and the chemical documentation accumulated by your company during this agreement cannot be presented to other companies unless they are contracted to complete the project after the 120 days and all payments were made to the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC.

10. If your company and I are defrauded by an employee of yours, or an individual, or a party, I have the right to share these documents with attorneys, but not in public unless mutually agreed upon by your firm. I have the right to secure a law firm.

11. Your company has to implement a written agreement for me to authorize using these pages as a blueprint. Your company has a right to add any additional sections for me to review and authorize. Authorization by the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is not guaranteed.

12. The work required by your company is Research & Development, Production, Quality Control and Manufacturing.

13. Your company is not allowed to summarize my chemistry for another party, or an individual without my approval under 120 days. I have a right to review any correspondence.

14. Your company cannot send me a notice of termination after the 120 days without the third payment of $65,000.00 which means your company will finish the chemistry on your own. Without the third payment I still own the chemistry to venture with other companies. The result of this action ultimately makes the new chemistry a commodity not an exclusive.

15. The expectation is your company is a venture to manufacture the chemistry for the textile industry, “Black for Fashion”.

16. All of the legal correspondence that your company and mine generate is owned by your company and the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. If your company requires outside research services after 120 days and the third payment is made you are the owner of the chemistry already presented.

17. Up to 7 months after the time of signing the contract, and your company discovers it requires outsourcing research and development (and your company terminated our contract at 120 days) the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is still available for a new outsourced research and development company for another 90 days at $25,000.00. This is a worst case scenario. Both parties (Eastman Kodak Trust LLC and your company) have agreed that your company is conducting the work ethically, and with expeditious dispatch. Both parties have agreed that the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is at the disposable of your new outsourced company for another 90 days for $25,000.00 payable in Net 15 days from inception. This section of the contract for $25,000.00 is payable on the inception of services.

18. Your company does not have the right to move any of the chemistry to any other firms without the consent of the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC for 120 days and the third payment has to be paid.

19. If your company in the final agreement which is constructed by your company for the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC to review and sign should have the payment terms and time frames in this document, and can utilize a standard NDA agreement for services rendered that your company sends to venture partners.

20. This agreement is being set up for the best interest of both parties to work together to produce the new chemistry.

21. The partial payment breaks in this agreement for money is in place so that your company can establish with me proven chemistry that your company is capable of producing the new products. If your company is not capable of producing partial chemistry within 60 days and your company disappears from the contract and the second payment is not made the first payment of $10,000.00 which would have been paid is not refundable. The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC has the right to secure a new venture company to produce the products if the second payment is not made. The initial fee of $10,000.00 is forfeited by your company. I have no records at this time that your company has the skills required to manufacture the new chemistry. If no payments are made in 30 days from signing the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC has the right to secure a new venture partner.

22. One of the goals of the venture is that the new chemistry can be used as a source of revenue for your firm. This is not a requirement of the contract as your company has to develop the new chemistry presented by the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC. There may be some adjustments depending on the quality of your research department.

23. All expenses are covered by your firm from inception of any initial meetings and discussions. Expenses incurred for initial interviews, chemistry reviews, and contract reviews are paid by your firm. Travel to your company by air, overnight stays, and a $60 dollar per Diem.

24. If the venture goes to completion of one year and the $300,000.00 is paid to the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC and your firm requires addition time for another year, the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC is available for the following year at a max of 160 hours. Payment for this extension of one year is $50,000.00. $25,000.00 at the one-year extension and signing and the final $25,000.00 at the end of the 160 hours or one year whichever is first. These hours can be spread throughout the year.

25. After the one-year contract is satisfied and the $300,000.00 is paid the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC pays 75% of the expenses for limited travel and office expenses if another 160 hours are needed to complete the products.

26. If your company feels they can continue the work after the first three payments of $150,000.00 that is the cost for the new chemistry. Worst case if your firm needs more secure outside research and development firms the total costs with an outside R&D department is $50,000.00.

27. The Eastman Kodak Trust LLC requires the first payments of $150,000.00 and if the venture company only pays the first payment break of $10,000.00 and closes their doors on the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC after 15 to 60 days and kept the already presented chemistry and no more payments are made, if this event occurs the Eastman Kodak Trust LLC has the right to sue in court for the two missing payments at 60 days and 120 days respectively at $140,000.00.

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