My understanding is that Verinata and the other infringers of the '540 patent stand to profit even if they lose. Its what % royalties are to be paid that determines the margin of profit.
What he said.
I can't understand the big drop just after a big rise on good news.
I can only think there is a coordinated short attack based not on financial considerations, but religious fanaticism. I support my theory by the enormous numbers of mindless "thumbs down" ratings of all posts.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Importantly, the ruling made no assessment on the validity of the '540' patent.
I'm assuming the injunction was not granted in that potential royalties could still be paid by Ariosa, i.e. no loss of revenue is ongoing (Ariosa is marketing for SQNM).
The trouble is, a lot of people watch Fox. This means many people will believe it is Obama/Democrats at fault. How they do it I don't know.
You leave out the actual point. You leave it out because?
The GOP refuse to return the top tax bracket because they are funded by the 1%.
Aren't they infringing SQNM's patent?
Weren't they reporting results last summer somewhere? I see plans for phase II trialing so the Phase I results must have been OK. Anyone know where I could get the results?
"What is their purpose?"
To determine genetic defects. That's defects, not variations.
Now a question for you.....why are some developments with genetic defects spontaneously aborted and not some with other genetic defects?
I take your point. But the "case" I refer to is that to deny the building, which is based on religion. In this case, matters such as zoning issues disappear in a flash of Constitutional wonderment.
The 14th Amendment is good to. Can anchor babies tear it up?
"Funny, you think it's a religious freedom issue any time a Christian church is denied a zoning waiver for any reason at all. This is an absolutely disingenuous issue. You may think that there are reasons that override the religious freedom issue, but whether a religious group is allowed or not allowed to build a place of worship quite obviously IS a religious freedom issue. Pretending otherwise is dishonest to the point of being perverse."