Well leading up to the first injunction hearing last year you posted for weeks you were sure they would get the injunction they wanted and you claimed you were and attorney and you researched the case therefore you were sure SQNM would be successful in the courts.
Turned out that you are not an attorney and you backed off and then claimed you are "with the courts" where it was later posted that you are on the janitorial staff in a court house.
The funniest part is in the last time around with the injunction as soon as they didn’t get the injunction you did a 180 and then started posting you knew they would not get the injunction and it was a good thing they didn’t.
Importantly, the ruling made no assessment on the validity of the '540' patent.
I'm assuming the injunction was not granted in that potential royalties could still be paid by Ariosa, i.e. no loss of revenue is ongoing (Ariosa is marketing for SQNM).