Browsing All posts tagged under »SciQuest lawsuit«

Why is SciQuest afraid to go to court?

May 31, 2016

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If I had accused someone of saying something about me that wasn’t true, and I went through the process of suing them for libel, I would want to have my day in court. I would want to present my evidence to clearly show that what the person had said was wrong. In short, I would want […]

Ohio Drops SciQuest And The Power Of Truth

April 26, 2016

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The beauty about telling the truth is that it cuts through distractions such as a $3.5 million lawsuit, and places the focus on where it belongs . . . the facts of a story. Back on August 7th, 2015 I wrote a post titled The Ohio Effect: Why SciQuest’s condition may be terminal. In the post, […]

Further Review of SciQuest video reveals contradictions that raise more questions by Jon Hansen

October 4, 2015

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Having watched and listened repeatedly to the 55 minute SciQuest Q2 Scoop video, and reviewing my corresponding 33 pages of notes, further contradictions in terms of SciQuest’s SLAPP and subsequent $3.5 million lawsuit have come to light. On page 18, point 46 of the SLAPP document, SciQuest contends that my November 28th, 2014 post titled […]