Yes Eiseman and Hudson are still at it.
Here is the Summary from Hudson::::::::::
-------Delaware SC has sent Judge Parsons clear instructions to consider a lump sum expectation damage or reliance damage award.
-------Judge Parsons' own words about an equitable payment stream option: "Admittedly, there is little precedent to aid this Court in fashioning an appropriate remedy for the breach SIGA committed.".
-------I have changed my mind. Now I believe that an unjust enrichment award is possible but it won't be an amount that is significantly more than a reliance damage award.
And his Conclusion::::::::::
I actually appreciate anyone, especially Dr. Eiseman, who will provide me documented information which refutes any of the statements or information provided in this article. The last thing I want to do is to hold on to an investment based on false assumptions.
I am long both SIGA and PharmAthene as I believe both stocks are undervalued. I believe anyone who invests in both of these companies will come out significantly ahead when (or should I say if) Judge Parsons delivers his opinion as long as it is not one that keeps these two companies embroiled in this lawsuit. However, since I believe that SIGA will come out on top, I would recommend using most of your money to invest in SIGA stock.