Supreme Court says:
* $6 million in total, which consisted of $2 million cash upfront, $2.5 million as a deferred license fee to be paid twelve months after execution of a license agreement if certain events occurred, and $1.5 million after SIGA obtained financing in excess of $15 million.
* an additional $10 million based on the achievement of specific milestones relating to certain sales targets and regulatory approvals.
* 8% on ales greater than $250 million,
*12% on sales greater than $1 billion. Lastly, the LATS stated
* 0% of any amounts by which net margin exceeds 20% on sales to the U.S. Federal Government
Parson came up with first $40M of profits to Siga and 50/50 share. The SC says the solution should be more closely based on LATS