"assuming the dissenting opinion doesn't get them a US Supreme Court Appeal."
It would be more likely to get it re-argued in the Delaware Supreme Court so they are all on the same page and Delaware is not adrift or marooned with Unique contract Law..... How can one Judge basically be 180deg out of wack??? and not a PeeP in reply from the other 3 to a 100% totally opposite dissention? I think Siga has15 days to request it (don't know if that includes holidays or not)...... it is rarely granted but it is used for cases where their is acute opinion Disagreement (Like this Pile of a Case).
What can I do if I lose on appeal?
What If I lose my Delaware Supreme Court Appeal
The Delaware Supreme Court is the highest court in this State. Therefore, if you lose on appeal to this Court, there is no other State court to which you can appeal. You may file with the Court, however, either a motion for reargument or a motion for rehearing en banc. A motion for reargument is a request to the same three-Justice panel that issued the final decision in your case to reconsider its decision. A motion for rehearing en banc is a request to have all five Justices of the Court consider your case as if the Court was reviewing the case for the first time. A motion for rehearing en banc can be requested only for the following reasons:
• The proceeding involves a case of exceptional legal importance;
•Consideration by the full Court is necessary to maintain uniformity in Supreme Court decisions; or
•The case may be controlled by a prior decision of the Court that should be considered and that may be overruled or modified.
Motions for reargument or for rehearing en banc are due within 15 days after the filing of the Court's final decision in the case. As with any motion, motions for reargument or for rehearing en banc are limited to 4 pages. Motions for reargument or rehearing rarely are granted in any case and, if granted, rarely lead to a different result.
Once the Court has issued its final decision and resolved any pending motions for reargument or rehearing en banc, the unsuccessful party may try to seek relief in the federal courts. The procedure for seeking such relief is beyond the scope of this pamphlet and the jurisdiction of this Court.
No Kirk you cannot Win.....
Kiiiiiiiiiiirk With my last Breath I spit at thee......
that is the last line of the One out of 5 judges that "Dissented" AKA disagreed. One sane Judge and 4 Loons WoW I would not / will Try not to do business with any Company that goes by Delaware's Shameful treatment of Contract Law.
"If you haven't, you might have reason to be concerned! Strine is a brilliant and just, published, president-setting, student of the law."
Well we can only hope, But then again wasn't that what Donald was supposed to be also?????
Maybe those ever so correct 'sic' Down Thumbs will Tip Karma Back To a Decision that reflects how reality functions, Not Donald's personal Fantasy of how contract law should be applied.....
WoW, I want to Incorporate in the state of Delaware Where you can collect damages if you or your company have no record of profits and nothing but a history of incompetence in your field of business. Not to mention the fact that if you both decide that the value of what you are negotiating for is worth Billions you have the right not to negotiate in good faith and pay what it is reasonably worth rather you are entitled to steal it for pennies on the dollar.... Not to mention write anything you want on 3 pieces of paper with the words "Non-Binding Terms" in bold Red across the bottom of said sheets and have them Enforced in Delaware courts.... What a Smelly Pile this is....... BBbob was Right........Eh Boomer??? ALMN????
There is one truth to that post Parsons is retiring and I Quote "at the end of Oct": If you think that is a good thing for PiP, well...You just keep on think'in........
Furthermore, Now in the state of Delaware you can collect damages if you or your company have no record of profits and nothing but a history of incompetence in your field of business. Not to mention the fact that if you both decide that the value of what you are negotiating for is worth Billions you have the right not to negotiate in good faith and pay what it is reasonably worth rather you are entitled to steal it for pennies on the dollar....
Why!!! Oh why!!! did he wait till he was out of time??? To point out the Fact that I have been Harping on for years: It is all to speculative because PiP has NEVER and at this rate Will NEVER Either Brought/Bring a product to market nor Do they have a record of anything But Loses To base "THEIR" Expectations on. Had they entered an agreement on the LATS, and the so called "EXPERTS" at PiP were allowed to develop ST-246 were would it be now based on PiPs performance over the last Eight years?????
This Case Is Such Weak Sauce.......
Look at the forms Again and the shares owned before and after these are exercising options. they are D'ing options and A'ing direct ownership shares. this was forecasted a year+ ago when they were awarded these options for doing "Such a Great Job!"sic