The federal jury in Madison, Wisconsin, also found that Life's infringement of the patents was intentional, closely held Promega said in a statement. That means U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb could increase the award by as much as three times the verdict.
Ouch. Could pay up to $150 million. This case is very similar to ours. Does Life want to take the same chance with Helicos?
Your Helicos is dead, my friend! It would be far better for you to go after people, who deceived you buying Helicos in the first place. Sue the owners. They made tons of money during the IPO time (20$/share I believe).