The change in the claim may lie in the fact that a Texas jury can triple the award. So if the suit and / or award is $4.6 billion, the jury can triple that to $13.8 if they find that the act was willfull and meant to hard the company.
i think the reason they try to contest it, is like i have seen in big oil. they have a lot of money so they will automatically try to defend all lawsuits against them and try to outlast and outspend the people suing them. for example, i think after 20 years finally some money is being paid out for the exxon-valdez disaster.
That can only mean that Yahoo has deleted your old name for a violation of its TOS. How dare they do that to a former member of the law review (supposedly)? LMAO. I have been posting on Yahoo for more than six years and have never had a screen name deleted by Yahoo or even received a complaint from Yahoo.
interesting focus/summary in this german article. plain says the banks say they bailed because of projected insolvency. most on this board say banks will not be able to prove the lack of solvency. moreover, DB just testified agreement was to take solvency out of consideration. see concurrent e mail "grones-solvency" this board this morning.