On January 22, 2019, Judge Jon S. Tigar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California recognized the merit of our claims against Greenpeace and their allies. Although the Judge did not allow all of Resolute's claims to proceed, we are pleased the proceedings will now move forward on our defamation and unfair competition claims against Greenpeace. As the case progresses, we are confident that Greenpeace and their cohorts will be held accountable.
In conjunction with our legal action, we plan to maintain our effort to publicly hold Greenpeace and their allies accountable for the economic harm they have caused not only to our company, but to the thousands of people who live and work in the boreal forest. Greenpeace and their cohorts continue to ignore pleas from boreal stakeholders who have asked them to stop spreading misinformation about Canada’s world-class and strictly enforced forest management practices.
As the case proceeds, we will also continue to inform the public about legal developments while confronting misleading claims.
Our separate and distinct legal action against Greenpeace in Canada is ongoing, and we are confident that Greenpeace will be held legally accountable.