Some days it’s just hard to believe…

November 17, 2005

I know Fridays are normally reserved for gold stars here at footnoted.org, but after dredging through many dull filings, you start to appreciate the interesting ones. Take this example from Lifeline Therapeutics, Inc. (LFLT.OB), a developer and marketer of dietary supplements that deal with oxidative-stress related diseases. In an 8-K the Company filed today regarding the resignation of Vice-President Paul Myhill, it noted that:

The Company (i) has provided Mr. Myhill with a copy of this Form 8-K, (ii) is providing Mr. Myhill with an opportunity to furnish the Company as promptly as possible with a letter stating whether Mr. Myhill agrees with the statements made by the Company in this Form 8-K, and, if not, stating the respects in which Mr. Myhill does not agree; and (iii) will file any letter received by the Company from Mr. Myhill as an exhibit to this Form 8-K by amendment within two business days after receipt by the Company.

They kept to their word — see the response by Myhill filed with the 8-K.

Just goes to show that publicly-traded companies aren’t exactly models of professionalism. Enjoyed my week of posting. Hope you all have a good weekend — Michelle will be back on Monday with your Friday-after-the-bell filings.

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