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GDSI CEO William Delgado Issues Update to Shareholders

William J. Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDSI, has issued an update to GDSI shareholders, as follows:

Dear Fellow Shareholder,

After nineteen months of work, thousands of man hours, and a lot of money, we were able to provide an update through last week’s news concerning litigation pertaining to the acquisition of Rontan and a very important financing. These two steps are critical in the company regaining stability and the ability for a path forward. Due to the extremely complex and confidential nature of the legal issues, I have been unable to update everyone on these issues. In this shareholder update, I am going to focus on two items; 1.) Where we are now  2.) Where are we going?

Where are we now? Since May of 2016, two of our most significant achievements have been retaining the Boies Schiller Flexner law firm related to the Rontan litigation and the institutional financing. We are thrilled that BSF has seen the merits of our legal position. We have also been able to achieve an institutional financing which we announced last week. We have already received $300,000 and these funds are non-toxic, non-convertible and will never be convertible into equity.

Legal Work: I would like to add a few more words about the quality of the legal representation we have had over the past 19 months. Brinen and Associates has done an excellent job representing our company in several different lawsuits. We expect all of these lawsuits to be resolved favorably for GDSI shareholders. The Ramsay/Deckle/NACSV litigation has been settled and dismissed. The other two pending lawsuits by Hull and Lopez have been, in my opinion, trending in our favor. Please do your own due diligence as all of the filings related to these cases are on PACER. The quality of Brinen and Associates work has been vital to our survival as a company.

The ability of the two primary lawyers that will be representing us related to the Rontan litigation speaks for itself. The lead counsel in the lawsuit will be Carlos Sires. Mr. Sires is a partner at BSF working out of their Fort Lauderdale office. Mr. Sires specializes in commercial litigation, primarily complex commercial litigation with a nexus to Latin America, including Costa Rica, Mexico, Venezuala and the Dominican Republic. Mr. Sires has represented officers and directors in securities litigation. Mr. Sires has appeared in numerous Federal and State courts, Florida’s appellate courts, and in the First, Second, Third and Eleventh Circuits of Appeals.

William Isaacson will also be a part of our counsel in the Rontan lawsuit. Mr. Isaacson is a partner in the Washington DC office of BSF. Mr. Isaacson is a 2015 American Lawyer Litigator of the Year, a three-time winner of the American Lawyer Litigator of the Week and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Global Competition Review, the world’s leading antitrust and competition law journal and news service said this about Mr. Isaacson, “Arguably no antitrust lawyer in recent memory has had as much success for both plaintiffs and defendants as Boies Schiller partner Bill Isaacson.” In 2013, Mr. Isaacson was trial counsel in the first antitrust action against Chinese companies for cartel conduct related to products sold in the United States, winning a $162 million judgment, and an additional $33 million from settling defendants.

Liabilities and SEC Issues: During this time, we have also reduced past due liabilities by approximately $516,000. We have settled with the three remaining “Toxic” financing lenders and there will be no more conversions under those notes. As per the SEC actions, the initial action undertaken in August of 2016 has been settled and finalized on January 2, 2018 by the judge handling the case. I will be filing an 8K shortly. The Company currently has an outstanding balance due to the SEC of approximately $103,000. I am currently working on getting this fine and disgorgement penalty paid as soon as possible. In late December of 2017, the SEC also notified the Company it would be holding a hearing regarding the Company’s late filing issues. Our legal team has done a great job of communicating with the SEC regarding the filing of our financial statements. The Company, during this time, has been unable to let anyone outside of the Company, including the SEC, review any information regarding the Rontan lawsuit and the financing due to confidentiality reasons. We intend to notify the SEC in our filings of these events. The legal issue with Rontan has had a significant financial impact on the Company and our ability to file timely financials. The Company has completed a significant portion of the filing work internally, but we have not had the financial capability to pay our auditors. With our financing, we will start that external process immediately. We hope that the SEC will see the damage caused by this event and its impact on our filings.

Where are we going? The Company is currently negotiating a contract for one mobile command center utilizing our subsidiary NACSV. It should be noted that this contract is in the negotiation stage only. If the Company is able to procure the contract (Approximately $450,000), we will announce it in a separate press release and 8K.

After the filings are completed and our balance sheet is in order, I intend to move into two areas: Infrastructure Engineering Technology and Cybersecurity Technology. I believe that these two areas will provide the greatest long term value for the shareholders.  I want to stress that this is the plan moving forward. Any merger and acquisition targets will require additional financing and increased management support. I believe that our management and advisory teams, with the proper financing, can attract and enhance company(s) in these areas.

In closing, I want to thank the shareholders who have stood by me and the team during this incredibly difficult time. I hope that I can restore your faith in our ability to make GDSI successful.

Full text of the press release

GDSI Initiates Legal Action against Grupo Rontan Metalurgica, S.A. and Certain of its Principals and Owners

Boies Schiller Flexner LLP to Represent GDSI

William J. Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDSI, announced the Company has initiated a lawsuit for damages against Grupo Rontan Metalurgica, S. A, (“Rontan”) and that company’s controlling shareholders, Joao Alberto Bolzan and Jose Carlos Bolzan.

The Company has engaged the law firm of Boies Schiller Flexner LLP to represent it in this action. The case will be handled by William Isaacson of the firm’s Washington office and Carlos Sires of the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office. (Their professional profiles are available at The action has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. The complaint alleges that “Rontan is wholly-owned by Joao Bolzan and Jose Bolzan. It is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of original equipment for specialty vehicles for emergency management, first responders, national security, and law enforcement operations.”  GDSI, in the complaint, further alleges that Rontan and its shareholders improperly terminated a Share Purchase and Sale Agreement (the “SPA”) by which GDSI was to acquire whole ownership of Rontan.

Delgado noted, “The filing of this lawsuit is an important step in enforcing the Company’s rights with respect to the acquisition of Rontan. I fully expect that our position regarding this acquisition will be validated by the Courts.  I also expect to announce several additional items over the coming weeks related to the company’s on-going development.”

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Full text of the court filing

GDSI Secures $1,200,000 in Financing from New York-based Institution

William J. Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDSI, has announced the Company has secured $1,200,000 in financing from a New York-based institution.   

The financing is non-dilutive, non-toxic and is not convertible and will never be convertible into any equity of the Company. The financing will be distributed in tranches based on pre-determined milestones as developed by the institution. The first $300,000 has been received and has been used to pay a portion of the Company’s previously announced liabilities and some legal expenses not associated with the Rontan lawsuit. Global Digital Solutions expects to be able to meet the next milestone within 90 days.

The New York-based institution has never invested in any micro-cap stock in their corporate history. The principals of the New York-based institution are leaders in their field and are well known as individuals that have been pioneers in building a particular industry here in the United States.

Delgado noted, “This financing is a validation by a well-respected New York-based institution of their confidence in our future plans. It is quite rare that a company of our size gets a non-dilutive, non-convertible infusion of capital but we were able to achieve this. As we announced just two days ago, we have engaged Boies Schiller Flexner LLP and initiated legal action against Grupo Rontan Electro Metalurgica, S.A. and principal shareholders, Joao Bolzan and Jose Bolzan.”

Full text of the press release

GDSI Completes All Required SEC filings; Regains Current Status on OTC Markets

William J. Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDSI, has announced the Company has completed its overdue filings for the years 2015 through 2018 and has regained current status on OTC Markets.

The Company completed the following required filings:

Delgado commented, "These financials were, by a wide margin, some of the most difficult filings I have ever undertaken. Our management team and consultants did a fantastic job in getting the filings completed. This critical step allows us to be current on OTC Markets and shows the financial community our commitment to our shareholders and other stakeholders. I expect to announce more news shortly about future plans and other significant milestones that we will have completed."

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GDSI Announces Five-Million-Dollar Equity Financing Facility

Proceeds to Be Used for Debt Reduction and Acquisition Financing

William J. Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDSI, has announced the Company has arranged for a common share equity financing facility that will allow the Company to draw up to $5 million as needed to reduce debt and fund anticipated acquisitions. Details of the transaction will be provided in an upcoming 8-K.

Commenting on the financing, GDSI’s Chairman and CEO, William J. Delgado, noted, “Today’s announcement demonstrates our ability to raise significant capital as we seek to retire debt, strengthen our balance sheet and fund our acquisition and growth strategy as the Company looks beyond our expected fruitful conclusion of the Rontan situation. This capital should be begin to be available in approximately 120 days.”

Full text of the press release

Florida Court Denies Rontan Motion to Dismiss in GDSI Share Purchase Breach Lawsuit

Brazilian Company had moved for dismissal on jurisdictional and other grounds

William J. Delgado, GDSI’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, on April 16th announced the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida denied a motion by Grupo Rontan Metalurgica, S. A, (''Rontan'') and other defendants to Dismiss based on Corporate Jurisdiction. The ruling was issued by the court on Friday, April 12, 2019. Among other things, GDSI's complaint against Rontan contends Rontan and its controlling shareholders, Joao Alberto Bolzan and Jose Carlos Bolzan, breached their Share Purchase and Sale Agreement (''SPA'') with GDSI by failing to consummate the transfer of the shares of Rontan pursuant to the SPA. The Company is represented in the case by the law firm of Boies Schiller Flexner LLP. The case is being handled by William Isaacson of the firm's Washington office and Carlos Sires of the firm's Fort Lauderdale office.

Delgado noted, ''The Company is very happy the court has evaluated this portion of our lawsuit and ruled on our behalf. We look forward to a final decision on the remaining issues related to Rontan's Motion for Dismissal. In a related filing from Friday, Rontan's current counsel, Tenzer Arrieta, has filed a petition to withdraw from the case citing irreconcilable differences. This filing will not affect our legal claim or strategies related to our current $63 million claim. I fully expect our position will be validated by the Courts.''

Delgado also announced the two remaining class action lawsuits, commonly referred to as the ''Hull'' and ''Lopez'' cases, have been tentatively settled. The company is awaiting final documentation and court approval. Terms of the settlements are confidential. Delgado commented, '' These are the final two cases that were left to be resolved from actions undertaken by the Company's previous management. The settlements will have little to no impact on the Company's financial condition. I am looking forward to the rebuilding process with the settlement of these two lawsuits.''

Rontan Motion to Dismiss for Corporate Jurisdiction has been Denied; GDSI's Remaining Class Action Legal Cases have been Tentatively Settled

Full text of GDSI’s court filing opposing Rontan’s motion to dismiss

Global Digital Solutions Inc. Initiates Legal Action against Grupo Rontan Metalurgica, S.A. and Certain of its Principals and Owners

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GDSI Acquires HarmAlarm

Company  Launches New Aviation Services Unit, Based on Patented PALS Technology

William J. Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDSI, on March 4th announced the Company closed on the purchase of substantially all of the assets of HarmAlarm, a company specializing in patented Aviation Technology.

Delgado commented, "We are very excited to announce this closing. I am very happy to begin building this company and supporting Gary and Bob in this new chapter for GDSI and HA."

The companies have agreed on a strategic plan in which HarmAlarm would be acquired by GDSI to license the patent-protected Precision Approach Landing System (PALS) to the general aviation industry, encompassing major aircraft manufacturers globally. Upon completion of the acquisition, GDSI will form a new subsidiary, GDSI Aviation Solutions, led by Gary Ball.

Ball formed HarmAlarm in 2002 in Texas to pursue Infrared commercial applications as a restricted "dual use" of Infrared technology, a US Government restricted technology. PALS will satisfy the present need for an affordable, robust, precision low visibility landing aid for general aviation. The precision and robustness of PALS has generated a host of new applications mainly through "landing trajectory" optimization which provides additional safety margin against weather related hazardous conditions, like wind shear, wake turbulence, icing, as well as low ceilings and fog.

Commenting on the closing, Ball said, "My team at HA is excited to begin testing and ultimate deployment of our patented technology to the General Aviation marketplace. I look forward to working with Bill and his team as we launch this exciting new technology."

Full Text of the Press Release

Investor Relations

Joint Collaboration on Development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for PALS Announced

Will Further Expand PALS Intellectual Property Into Other Potential Applications Such As Drones

GDSI’s CEO, William J. Delgado, has issued an update acknowledging a formal relationship with Consolidated Oceans Technologies (CoTs),, to jointly develop the software for PALS Artificial Intelligence, based upon HarmAlarm Intellectual property recently acquired by GDSI.  

Gary Ball, inventor of PALS, commented, “The relationship with CoTs will support our PALS efforts by bringing unique expertise to the development effort. This venture will also expand the HarmAlarm intellectual property into new applications that build upon our base”

CoTs President, Todd Patten, has assembled a technical team with the experience and expertise to develop software for PALS that will provide an option for automatic verification of a single piloted aircraft. Patten sees the potential positive impact for PALS. “I have already identified new application potential for PALS, with the first being the operation of drones,” said Patten. “We believe our team of software experts will be able to expand PALS to other markets as well. Our agreement with GDSI is a joint collaboration, with specific terms on sharing future benefits from this joint effort,” added Patten. Under terms of this collaborative agreement, GDSI’s obligations will be limited to bearing the expense of participation, and CoTs will be responsible for all software development and engineering resources.

Full Text of the Press Release

GDSI’s CEO Issues Update to Shareholders

Company Secures Additional $650,000 from New York Institutional Investor

Dear Fellow Shareholder,

After almost three and a half years of work involving the Rontan acquisition, I am pleased to announce the following: All of the Motions to Dismiss have been resolved in the company’s favor. We are now in the final stages of the court process. We have submitted the bulk of our written documentation and have completed the first deposition of the former CEO of Rontan on Friday August 9, 2019. Depositions continue next week, with the GDSI management group scheduled for depositions in September. Discovery is scheduled to close at the end of September. We are anxiously awaiting the trial, which is currently scheduled for December 9, 2019 to present all of our information. All of our stakeholders, including GDSI management, Legal, and financial partners are very confident regarding our position.

HarmAlarm Acquisition: The development of the PALS system is going very well. The high tech camera has been received and our vendor is currently installing the infrared components. Next up is ground testing, which will be taking place in Houston. The final steps are the aerial tests and compilation of the data, which will then be sent to the FAA for approval. The company expects that there will be additional functionality of the patented system, in addition to the landing system component. The previous version of our patented technology is currently in use in high end general aviation aircraft and a freight carrier. The market for the system will be general aviation, freight carriers, corporate flight departments, and charter operators. The company intends to be generating revenue from PALS by the second quarter of 2020.

Additional Financing: GDSI has received a commitment for an additional $650,000 of financing from the New York institutional investor originally announced in 2018. This brings the total commitment to the company of $1,850,000, based on certain terms and conditions. The company has either met or expects to meet all of the conditions required for the financing. None of the committed capital is slated to the legal team of BSF. Financing for the Rontan legal action is separate from this capital and has been previously disclosed.

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GDSI’s CEO Issues Update on PALS Testing

Successful Initial Ground Tests Conducted

GDSI is pleased to announce that our initial ground tests of the PALS Enhanced Situational Awareness System have been completed at Jack Brooks' airport in Beaumont, Texas. The initial tests demonstrated the ability to image the local MALSR FAA airport lighting system (sequence flashers as well as the continuous lights associated with the cross "T" and the runway threshold).

GDSI is in the process of building the first conformal mounted pod configuration for PALS that will mount the camera to the underbody of the aircraft. Fit checks will be performed this month and final completion of the pod is expected in early first quarter. With the completion of the conformal pod, the Company will begin flight testing of the PALS system.

GDSI would like to thank the local FAA and airport management for assisting us in arranging this key test and ICI, our IR Camera vendor, for conducting the tests.

William Delgado, President and CEO of Global Digital Solutions, Inc. added "Our team is very happy with our ground testing results in Beaumont Texas. Aviation safety is at its most critical point in history, with the number of airline passengers at an all-time high. This system, we believe, will become a fundamental part of this aviation safety movement."

Full Text of the Press Release

GDSI Awarded Specific Performance and $192 Million in Incidental Damages

Ruling will propel company into automotive EV and AI sectors

GDSI’s CEO, William J. Delgado, has announced The Company has received the decision from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida regarding the case against Grupo Rontan Electro Metalurgica, S.A., Joao Alberto Bolzan and Jose Carlos Bolzan. The decision awards Global Digital Solutions Specific Performance (Rights to Rontan Metalurgica) and incidental damages of $192,448,000.

Delgado said, “We are very pleased to announce that our ongoing legal complaint against Rontan Metalurgica and the Bolzan brothers has been decided. Our legal team of William Isaacson, Carlos Sires and James Grippando has done a fantastic job steering this through a very complex legal process. The GDSI team looks forward to expanding into the electric vehicle and automotive artificial intelligence sectors in the coming months. We also expect to announce additional acquisitions and partnerships in our Aviation Technology group. We look forward to providing detailed updates to the marketplace in the coming weeks as our near-term strategy is put into place with our attorneys, business partners and potential banking relationships.”

Automotive Technology

The Company intends to leverage our experience gained from engineering and assembly of mobile command centers through its NACSV subsidiary into the vastly expanding Electric Vehicle (EV) and Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AAI) sector. Although we do not intend to become a full-service manufacturer, we believe we have the ability to provide industry support through parts, service, logistics and software development. We also expect to rely on our AI partner, Consolidated Ocean Technology, Inc. (COTS) for work in this area.

Aviation Technology

The Company has continued its development of the PALS system in 2020. We have conducted preliminary flight testing and expect to announce additional testing after the first of the year. We also have been working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and selected OEMs to incorporate the system into their respective flight protocols. While development has been somewhat slowed due to the Covid-19 situation, we expect activity to pick up in 2021. The Company is also looking at other applications for the PALS technology, specifically related to noise abatement to address aviation challenges that have been fueled by the astronomical growth of aviation. This effort has led to VSAT (Vertical Stacking Air Traffic) Management System. GDSI's interest in VSAT has resulted in a VSAT provisional patent application. We continue to look for additional aviation technology acquisition candidates that we may obtain in the future to augment our offerings.

Full Text of the Court Ruling (PDF download)

Full Text of the Press Release

William J. Delgado

Business Update: Collection of Settlement/Assets, $2 Million Financing Commitment, $2,887,937 in Additional Claims for Legal Fees and Associated Litigation Expenses Filed

GDSI’s CEO, William J. Delgado, has announced business updates regarding the award received in the decision from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida in the case against Grupo Rontan Electro Metalurgica, S.A., Joao Alberto Bolzan and Jose Carlos Bolzan.

Delgado reported The Company has filed, pursuant to this Court’s entry of Final Judgment (DE 276), for an award of attorneys’ fees in the amount of $2,511,797.00, nontaxable expenses related to attorneys’ fees in the amount of $341,221.00, taxable costs in the amount of $34,919.00 and such other and further relief as the Court deems just and proper.

This filing will bring the specific performance portion of damages to approximately $195,000,000. It should be noted that with the court’s order, GDSI is the owner of record of Rontan Metalurgica, including the plant, equipment and associated acreage.

Delgado said, “We are pleased with this filing. The original valuation of the plant was in the approximate range of $134 million USD. With the significant growth seen in the market for EV and alternative fuel vehicles, as well as increased manufacturing requirements, the Company believes that the plant is significantly undervalued from the original valuation and purchase price. As noted earlier, the Company is exploring Joint Venture opportunities within the EV and alternative fueled vehicles sector. We expect a win-win proposition for all parties involved.”

Delgado previously announced GDSI is in the process of formally engaging Brazilian counsel to commence collection efforts on the Rontan plant and associated assets controlled by the Bolzans. Also included in the assets are several thousand acres of land encompassed within the plant purchase. The Company is in the process of engaging collection experts in the USA in order to determine assets not previously identified in the USA, Europe and/or Asia.

The CEO further explained, “In addition to the ongoing collection efforts, the company is evaluating EV manufacturers, parts suppliers and IP-related companies throughout the USA and elsewhere. This also involves reaching out to one of the leading EV manufacturers.”

The Company also recently announced it has received a two-million dollar ($2,000,000) commitment to consolidate its short term debt. At that time, Delgado commented, “We have had multiple inquiries from potential funding sources that wish to assist the company in satisfying the outstanding short-term debt and settled on a funding source that we feel is synergistically compatible. Additionally, we have received propositions from several organizations wanting to partner with us on various projects. Similar to our financing, we will carefully select the proper partners in order to ensure the company meets its internal objectives. We will continue to provide material updates as they unfold in the coming weeks and months.”

Delgado added, “This is the first step in a series of action items which begins the process of working towards a pivotal joint venture with companies interested in partnering with GDSI on its plant in Brazil and with its aviation technology group. The Company has received several proposals for various levels of involvement and these are being evaluated.”

Regarding progress to-date, Delgado added, “We are pleased with the momentum we have generated to get to this point. The level of professionalism and experience our team of attorneys brings has allowed us to execute both near and long-term opportunities for the growth of the organization. We expect to file additional damages (Legal Fees and Expenses) in the following days.”

February 23 news release regarding the filing for legal fees and associated litigation expenses:

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February 18 news release regarding the settlement/asset collection efforts:

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February 10 news release regarding the $2 million financing commitment:

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The following article highlights the outcome and the attorneys integral to bringing this to closure:

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Information regarding the court decision:

Full Text of the Court Ruling (PDF download)

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GDSI Acquires Brazil-Based Rontan Group

GDSI has announced that it has acquired the Rontan Group ("Rontan"), headquartered in Sao Paulo state, Brazil.

Founded in 1970, privately held Rontan designs, manufactures and delivers emergency warning equipment specifically for public safety organizations and professionals. Rontan exports products to many of the world's most competitive markets, including the United States, Canada, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Middle East and Africa. The largest specialty vehicles and acoustic and visual signaling equipment company in Latin America, Rontan has earned ISO and TS Certifications, attesting to the quality of its management systems.

Rontan produces some 5,000 vehicles per month and has approximately 1,200 direct and indirect employees. In 1999, through a partnership with the biggest worldwide manufacturers of vehicles for fire fighters, Rontan became an authorized representative of the Oshkosh Pierce vehicles.

Rontan Telecom is the largest manufacturer and distributor of Motorola radios and communication trunking systems for police forces in Brazil, providing technical assistance on the full line of Motorola radios.

According to a GDSI spokesman, "This exciting transaction represents a significant step forward for GDSI. We have been extremely impressed by Rontan's 45 years of experience and exceptional record of serving customer needs with top-quality products and services – both in Brazil and internationally. Rontan's capabilities create enormous synergies with GDSI’s expertise and business plans.

"This is a momentous milestone in Rontan's 45-year history," said a Rontan spokesman. "The combination of Rontan and GDSI will help us expand our capabilities while continuing to provide our worldwide customers with world-class products and services. “We are looking forward to leveraging Rontan's extensive experience and international reach to enable the GDSI team to seize the many profitable growth opportunities envisioned by GDSI's global strategy."

Refer to GDSI's 8-K filing for more details about this transaction.

GDSI press release announcing the acquisition

GDSI Provides Update on Rontan Judgment Collections

Judgment Now Stands at Approximately $200 Million with Legal fees and Accrued Interest

GDSI’s CEO, William J. Delgado, reports the judgment now stands at approximately $200 million with legal fees and accrued interest.

Rontan/Bolzan Appeal: Rontan Metallurgica (RM) and the Bolzan's have filed an appellate brief on October 15, 2021. The Company, through our counsel at Boies Schiller Flexner (BSF), has filed the Company's response on approximately January 30, 2022. RM and the Bolzan's have filed their final appellate response on or about March 25, 2022. It is now up to the schedule of the appellate court to rule on the filings. The company is hopeful that a decision can be reached by mid-summer. The Company and its counsel have studied the appellate filings and remain very confident that the Federal District court that issued the judgement was correct in its findings and application of the rules of law were accurately applied. The judgement award with accrued interest now stands at approximately $200M.

Collection Efforts: The Company has engaged several consultants in its efforts to collect on the judgement. These consultants are experts in International and Brazilian law and have collected hundreds of millions of dollars in judgements and forfeitures for their previous clients. The asset identification process has been underway for several months. Potential assets identified exceed the judgement amount of $200M. Although the legal process is moving forward on the appellate courts schedule, the collection efforts have continued in earnest. All of the final collection paperwork required should also be complete by midsummer.

Uses of Judgment Proceeds: The Company fully intends to begin acquisitions in the EV marketplace, including software development, manufacturing, and EV servicing options. The intent is to purchase cash flow positive assets or EV products with short timetables to being cash flow positive. The Company feels that with this capital and access to capital markets that we can become a strong source for EV technology.