See Vringo vs. ZTE complaint in October.
See Vringo vs. ZTE complaint in December.
With respect to these new lawsuits, no one is really seeing the true value of Vringo's patent portfolio here in my opinion. Educating the market does take time. Now, ask yourself, wouldn't the 500 Nokia (NOK) patents that Vringo acquired be more valuable when enforced than the two Google patents in question? Logic and my gut says, yes. These 500 acquired Nokia patents may have greater value than the two Google patents. As the market gets more educated about the legal direction and strategy by the Vringo legal team, the stock should react in a positive manner. Right now the stockholders are literally driving in the fog. That's why the stock is in the low $3.00s.