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a327zig 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 19, 2014 12:46 PM Member since: Jun 21, 2011
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    GOOG case aint dead yet..... read why

    by raj.sahu Dec 19, 2014 5:02 AM
    a327zig a327zig Dec 19, 2014 12:46 PM Flag

    One may assume that the Supreme Court hearing TEVA v SANDOZ means that they will reverse it. It's a paradox for them because if the Appellate Court isn't trained in the 'Art' to decide if a patent is valid, then of course the Supreme Justices aren't either. And they do decide. And of course none of this is in the job description of either Court. One is to look for errors & the other to protect Constitutional issues.
    Sadly these people that are put in these positions for political reasons & not for qualifications.
    Yep, this can bounce right back to the first federal level. The good thing is that if it does, & it's a long shot, there won't be any debate on if the patents are valid. It'll strictly be about damages.

  • Reply to

    GOOG case aint dead yet..... read why

    by raj.sahu Dec 19, 2014 5:02 AM
    a327zig a327zig Dec 19, 2014 12:06 PM Flag

    He still is a hot shot. SCOTUS will hear TEVA v SANDOZ early next year. If they agree with TEVA then they will likely refer VRNG v GOOG case right back to Appellate.
    If VRNG had rushed to SCOTUS, the Justices would have ignored VRNG's case as they already were going to hear a case with the same issues.
    En Banc was a good delay, so TEVA can be decided. TEVA will likely decide vrng/goog

  • Reply to

    GOOG case aint dead yet..... read why

    by raj.sahu Dec 19, 2014 5:02 AM
    a327zig a327zig Dec 19, 2014 8:26 AM Flag

    Pretty slim chance the SCOTUS will hear the case & obviously isn't priced into the stock, although apparently ZTE isn't either.

    That said I think we have better then the normal 1.1% chance with Boies. I'm sure there are several Judges Clerks that would love to work for Mr. Boies firm some day & getting it pass them is the first step.

    And this is a great case, as the tiresome 80-100 cases they will deal with, in that, the Justices can simply bounce back to the Appellate with a few no-no's. No need for lengthy discussions & oral arguments and they throw one in the 'complete' bin. Maybe TEVA will make this one fly through their process.

    Sure wouldn't be relying on the GOOG case, as a win likely means the Appellate throwing back to the original Fed court with instructions. & what ever happens there will be appealed again.

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