Same spelling errors and same inability to keep his notes short... continually writing $25 posts for a stock worth 58 cents.
It sure looks like everything he's learned in life is from Google.
Yes it clearly is alot given their fight and their fear of what else is in that portfolio.
As for the 1b its being thrown around because of the following
First, in one of the pacers the number $817 million was mentioned by zte as the number VRNG asked for.
That number was then quickly redacted and VRNG stated in another pacer that number was incorrect.
Question is, was is a 'slight of hand', it was out and vrng wanted to pretend it was false for future negotiation leverage or was it indeed false?
Add in even minimal damages on the NDA and yes encroaching 1bn. Question is, is that number legit, at this stage I have to take it at face value that it wasn't but at the same time the NDA issue could be much larger than 100-200 ml given the issues that have arisen.
Its very hard to determine what the number is other than
A Finding out how many years the patents to back and forward (the life of the infringement)
B Go through ZTE's financials and findout how many handsets were sold and apply a range of values that are inline with other settlements (hard to do, that's what the whole frand issue is about), and then make some assumption on the value of the infrastructure patents as well.
regardless, we know whatever it is, is multiples of the current market cap - that should be enough to be happy with at this stage.
must be quite a bit of money that zte thinks it has to fork out otherwise why all this stalling. i hear1b. is that true?
So who did Boies sue & lose to?
Paradigm bought & successfully licensed patent #B1 5,043,736 to a number of clients
Please show us anything that has to do with Boies being involved with Paradigm going Chapter 11
Hope you hear from Boies very soon
Very well stated. However I am worried that the Obama administration, given their oposition to patents and to anything related to the law that is not on their side, will pressure their SCOTUS lefties. My trust in the righteousness of applicability of the law, be it in Romania or San Francisco Fed Appellate Court is pretty non existent at this point. Hope it gets rebuilt by a correct decission by SCOTUS but seeing is believing.
They did fall out head first. Hence the #$%$ mental state they are in.
this is a major issue boies brought up. Reality is they and the district court judge were the finders of fact.
the appelate courts are not there to find facts as they are not witness to countless hours of expert testimony etc.
for a judge to overrule the jury at the appelate level on anything other than an error in applying the law is erring on his part. which is what wallach and mayer did.
They implemented their 'common sense' for the facts and testimony that they did not hear. They CANNOT do this under law.
One wonders how and why they made that decision, some have suggested something nefarious, but alas we will never know.
That being said, given teva, given the 7th amendment violation (which is exactly the issue you raise - appelate courts cannot over rule a jury other than for a failure in the applicability of law, which did not occur).
Therefore I believe this will be overturned. It has been distributed for conference which means a judge at scotus has championed this (much like the cafc en banc process in order for it to progress to a decision to review a judge has to read the documents and believe it should be discussed), so we have 1 in our corner already.
I suspect as I said, it will be heard and overturn, there is no legal reason for this decision by the CAFC and chen said it better than any of us could
He has no clue what he is even talking about. He just rambles nonsense and hope it sticks. Ignore him
It looks like my Android is 100% American and doesn't understand words like commy and converted to committee. Good for it as I was born in a Communist could try and despise them.
My vote based on the history is that Honorable Kaplan will help ZTE out and make the decision for them as ZTE will not come to grips with the reality that they have been ousted. Only 18k shares but the bigger joy will be to see the committee pig squeal...
Yes edward we are all well aware, clearly you're not since you said prior 'Vringo lost its appeal"
I didnt lose its appeal because as I said scotus can still review it. And its not that vringo lost ITS appeal, google won its appeal there is a difference turd brain.
In addition, as I SAID, I SEEM TO HAVE TO REPEAT MYSELF GIVEN YOUR BRAIN IS LIKELY THE SIZE OF A PEANUT... that the materials have been distributed for conference at Scotus.
In order for that to happen, much like the CAFC, a judge must feel its worthy of review, otherwise it would be denied immediately.
You may want to think about that child. Go one and babble in your stupidity.
Wait and see what happens in October 'eddie'...LOL
Such an absolute fool you are.
Average is now .5248. I appreciate the machines giving me shares 100 or 200 at a time the last week and a half. Did not buy a single share today. First target is 2.25. Second target is 3.15.
vringo lost in the appeals court and now vringo is waiting to see if the supreme court will hear the case, if not vringo is done
A U.S. court today handed Vringo a defeat in its patent claims against Google and other companies. Earlier, Vringo won a guilty verdict against Google over how search results are filtered. Google appealed and today's decision effectively overturns the earlier verdict. The court declared both Vringo's patents invalid and tossed the case. Vringo said it is evaluating its options. There's no word from Google yet about its exoneration. Vringo purchased the rights to a wide swath of mobile technology patents from Nokia in 2012 and has sued several companies, including Google and ZTE, in order to protect its intellectual property. Now Vringo only hope is that the supreme court hears the case
they lost they case in the appeals court remember idiot
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington determined that the Vringo patents in the case were invalid, according to an opinion on the court’s website today.
Google argued that the patents simply combined well-known filtering methods without coming up with a new invention.
“We agree and hold that no reasonable jury could conclude otherwise,” the court said in a 2-1 decision.