1) ZTE Injunction is very REAL, and unless ZTE takes a quick reaction to settle with Vringo, their operations could get shut down in Europe
2) MSFT is in settlement talks with Vringo. If you think Vringo will be fooled by MSFT dealy tactics, think again! This is for REAL, and a settlement could come within next 50 days
3) Google LOST the lawsuit to Vringo in the US Court of Law in front of a large Jury. The outcome was UNANIMOUS. Google is in denial and will try to run but cannot hide! They can delay but will have to pay interest on the owed money as well as Plaintiff's legal fee costs. In addition, Google is intentionally infringing, so penalty could triple.
4) If you think Vringo's Israeli team is sitting around, doing nothing, think again! They joined Vringo for a specific reason and they could pull a huge surprise for the shareholders
5) If you think the 500 Nokia patents are worthless, think again! The Vringo Legal team has super experts in patent litigation and know what patents will have a chance in the court of law.
6) Association/partnership with Virginia Tech and a few others will yield fruit down the road. If you think VT chose Vringo for anything other than huge monetary returns, think again!
7) Vringo Wireless patent portfolio is right in the thick of things and should return handsomely. This team is not going to waste their time on wrothless patents.
8) Vringo has a ringtone business, which could grow with explosion in Mobile usage.
The injunction can happen anytime in France and spread quickly to the Germany and UK. They are serious about patent protection in Europe. This event must be on the top list of worries for ZTE's CEO after last week. I wonder if MSFT and Google also worry about injunctions in Europe from Vingo? Any logical productive replies welcome!
Wow there is intelligent life form on his board . , great layout... next week should be interesting , I believe MSFT deal will happen quickly. Google legal teams a mess, QE has lost so many high profile cases within the past year, hard to imagine anyone knocking down there door for business.