blue, let me say this one more time and maybe it will sink in to the board. Nobody is buying the stock. That's the first problem. The second problem is the company can't sell anything outside the courtroom. Because of that, you create problem number one. Who would buy stock in a company that can't sell it's products?
Someone wants to keep the PPS down for their own purposes i.e. equity trade or to protect their "short" positions. No matter, VHC is golden and just as the cream rises to the top VHC PPS will rise as well.
What is it you don't get? This company right now is sporting a market cap valuation just shy of a billion dollars. It is ridiculously over valued. It should be trading around 5 dollars a share.
VHC has little cash left and if AAPL wins a retrial that will take much time and money. If you are AAPL the lawyer's fees are small compared to a settlement. I hope they settle time will tell.