Monday, January 3, 2011

Former Zenn Exec Sues Zenn

Cott & Hancock Discuss ZMC Strategy
Former Zenn Motor Company Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Dennis Hancock is suing ZMC & executive Brian Cott. The case is summarized in a supposedly publicly available document from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Court File No. CV-10-411405.   According to the document, Hancock is seeking $20Mil+, a company car powered by an EESU, a lifetime supply of mood enhancing incense,  tangible evidence of UFO's and personal apology from Brian Cott at center ice at next year's Stanley Cup prior to the start of the game.  The suit also seeks all of Cott's frequent flyer miles earned from travel to/from the People's Republic of China along with any cool recipes for peking duck he may have acquired while on business travel.   In an interesting countersuit, Cott, if proven innocent,  is seeking the right to fire Hancock repeatedly just prior to each of his family vacations regardless of where Hancock works. Hancock would also need to change his name to Hancott.

I will not comment on the merits of the case as I'm not qualified to do so.   However, it is interesting to ask what exactly such a lawsuit is an argument over in the first place.  Is it a fight over an empty bank account or a future blockbuster company rocketing to the top on the back of breakthrough technology?

I for one look forward to all of the kook comments coming from the Short & Distort team as to how the Zenn/EEStor scam conspirators cover their tracks by suing each other over a wrongful termination issue.  Geniuses.

PS: I made up some of the things Hancock is suing for.  I think the money part is real.  Don't take my word for it, research it yourself.

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