That is daily prejudgment interest on $300 million. That means in the time it takes from Parsons initial order to the time it takes for final judgment (late Oct.?), SIGA will wrack up nearly $4 million in additional interest costs, which works out to nearly $0.07 per share. It may be the first time in history of this 8 year litigation process that SIGA is more concerned about speeding along the process than PIP.
Your right, PIP won't ever see $300 million because SIGA doesn't have that kind of cash. That's the problem, SIGA is in technical default only its shareholders don't yet know it. Unless they settle (in which case both probably go higher), we will see which one trades down on the final judgement.
This frwrdlook clown has more time on his hands than anybody on any message board I've ever seen. Obviously he works for PIP and is trying with all his might to get PIP stock price up for yet another offering.