It appears the court issued a stay of the preliminary injunction. At the hearing, Amphastar argued they had $200M in inventory and 4-year contracts that they'll never recover. Momenta lamely argued that their stock would go down. Court must have decided that the more irreparable harm would be to Amphastar.
IF amph wants to market "at risk" MNTA could own them with a favorable ruling after the real trial ends. In keeping with MNTA luck we will probably see an approval of Copax and the stock zooms all the way to 16! Keep the faith :-)
From the Federal Circuit Court's Docket for Case Number: 2012-1062 Entry 59: 1/25/2012: ORDER: IT IS ORDERED THAT: Amphastar's motion for a stay, pending appeal, is granted. This order does not represent a final decision with respect to the merits of the pending appeal. FOR THE COURT. . SERVICE : by Court on 1/25/2012