It behooves me to point out " Nevada Copper, in a brief response to the suit, agrees that there was a confidentiality agreement. It disputes, however, that the agreement still applied when it acquired the shares. Although the agreement was originally set to run for two years, portions of it would cease to apply if somebody were to make an offer for more than 20 per cent of Mercator"
Navada admits there was an agreement They claim lt would cease if somebody were to make an offer. Me thinks Mercator will successfully argue that "somebody" was referring to Just one Instituion & the 55million underwriting shares were sold to 6 Underwriters who inturn SOLD them to very many Institutions 1 of them was Pala who bought 13.7 million shares. What say you ??