Vringo is doing this damage to themselves, literally self destructing day after day. Their asking shareholders to bear the brunt
of this decision by the courts and especially Judge Jackson which remain silent on all matters oertaining to the case and final ruling. Ridiculous to say the least even after a verdict was reached. The last plausable piece of news we shareholders recieved was Jan. 31st 2013 when they broadened their so called patent suit to Microsofts' door now. Well, why not, we havn't had any success post trial with Google et al, lets see what MS can bring us. I've learned in business the less you tell them the easier it is to avoid legal ramifications when things didn't turn out as stated. They've become experts at doing just that. Obviously JJ is very uncomfortable releasing any ruling as it spark a series of Q & A along with timely appeals. He may not retire until 2016 if he's lucky. No legit company hinders good news when they have some to offer, hence the silence. Vringo retail investors must mean nothing to the BOD to just ignore even some possibilities of the future. Not even a 10(K) or (Q) in the works as of now. Not good !