That was the reason for the spike. OTI's attorneys basically laid waste to T-mobile's opposition claim. Would be shocked if the judge sided with T-mobile as their claim didn't present anything new and they were arguing in circles most of the time.
It's a .pdf that requires a login so I can't post...and it's like 20 pages long. Like I said, T-mobile didn't say anything to convince the judge she should change her original opinion. I'd be shocked if she reverses her Markman ruling. This is either going to get settled or it's going to trial...and I doubt T-mobile wants to risk a huge award at trial.