Almost every time it bounced from some event, it retreated back to where it was before the bounce, and usually within a week or so
This did the same. Shorts pile on with small profit winners and force it back down
You can probably plan on this for the next 4 years or so
"The Boston Patent Law Association ("BPLA") - a nonprofit association of over 900 intellectual property professionals - and i4i Limited Partnership ("i4i") - a global leader in the field of structured content innovation - filed briefs to request the Supreme Court of the United States ("SCOTUS") grant Vringo's Writ of Certiorari ("WoC")."
"Ummm, let's see, Boies was compensated for his participation in the appeal to the Supreme Court."
How was he compensated?
I hope not approved
They're raping and dumping of shares at every opportunity, all led by Andrew Perlman, is one of the most disappointing things about this whole thing
No concern for creating shareholder value, but capitalizing on the slightest of.
"Perception" of criminals IMO
Thank you Boies for stopping them
The 8-K filing my guess
Just an event for someone to manipulate a head fake
Although I admit the reason for a 3 month extension is beyond me right now
Not saying good or bad, but why this move???
But because of his prior track record, Perlman is not worth it without Boies, IMO
He and his management team would be selling away when they got a chance without Boies in charge
Andrew D. Perlman, the Company's Chief Executive Officer (the "Amendment").
Pursuant to the Amendment, Mr. Perlman's employment period under the Employment Agreement was extended for three months, from February 13, 2016 to May 13, 2016.
How about this:
The YMB now upgrades this stock to a Buy!
Get your aftermarket orders in Tradergirl !!!!!!!
You think this YMB affects Wall Street ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??
Ahhaha Aaahhahaa Ahahaahhaa Hahhaa Ahhhahaha
What a dummy!!!
Kaplan continued: "In light of ZTE's lack of candor and its stalling and game playing with respect to the Guo deposition in the months prior to the present, ZTE has no claim on the favorable exercise of the court's discretion."
"Lack Of Candor"..........That's saying it politically correct
NY Law Journal
"The judge said he tended to agree with the view that "even the pendency of criminal charges against a deposition witness in a criminal case should not excuse the witness from appearing in the United States for a deposition in a civil case where that otherwise would be appropriate."
Regardless, Kaplan said there was a strong case for having Guo deposed here, particularly when there have already been "substantial problems in the conduct of discovery against ZTE."
It's ""interesting"' around here to say the least with these aggressive defenders of ZTE, when the company they're defending is requesting ""MERCY""
- compassion or forgiveness shown toward someone whom it is within one's power to punish or harm.
- kindness or help given to those who are in a very bad or desperate situation
And they think others don't get it???
I guess what they're ultimately banking are the Court Systems. So far it's worked for them, but not sure about that continued bet and arrogance at .60 cents when the company they're defending is requesting "MERCY"
Everyone who supports "MERCY " for ZTE.....Raise their hands!
""The company asked Kaplan to allow Guo's deposition to take place in Hong Kong "as a matter of discretion and -- for lack of a better word -- MERCY." Guo would not come no matter what Kaplan's decision would be, the company added.
Kaplan denied the request on Tuesday, saying there was no evidence of an outstanding arrest warrant for Guo personally. Even if there were, he said, the court should not be put in the position of helping a witness avoid charges of violations of U.S. law.
Kaplan also said ZTE had previously given different reasons to prevent Guo's appearance. "In light of ZTE's lack of candor and its stalling and game playing...ZTE has no claim on the favorable exercise of the Court's discretion," he said.""
They keep it up, even China might disown them
From Recent Article.... Fact!
"Such strong language from a Federal Judge should be enough to give any defendant pause, especially when the Judge also ordered ZTE and its counsel to show cause “why they should not be sanctioned”. This level of judicial disapproval is unusual and serious business, and an indication that Judge Kaplan will not tolerate further discovery gamesmanship from ZTE. Most Judges want to decide actions on their merits, and have little tolerance for transparent hide-the-ball tactics — especially from sophisticated companies (and their counsel) who are expected to know better."