All these lawyers swarming, must be the bucket of s#it VTUS left out side the door of one of their research facility rooms that attracted them all. Just goes to show you how many lawyers are on food stamps theses days.
do I smell another law suit potential...what say U a class action?
They should adopt a CMRX message board of non existence. No one can post anything bad or good. Seems to be working for them as SP is up another 2.3%
"keep the faith" ...if your idea of ST is 5 years I hate to think what your LT time frame would be. Most here will have expired.
Berlin Capital Circus; "geten zee frisch gebraten Beavertail mit sucer, das is wunderbar."
If that fails there's always that Ruski hog head on a stake they could resort to. I can just sense that sweet smell of honey garlic capitalism in the air.
Drapkin was the only one that made out like a bandit. Won a 16mil wrongful dismissal case against Perelman and screwed SIGA in his shoddy dealings with PIP as a parting gesture.
$33mil on professional fees, $28mil on admin fees, $25mil in expenses. What were they doing? Hiring #$%$ and flying them to and fro between Colorado Springs and Vegas picking them up with stretch limos? But that still wouldn't explain the total waste of money spent. How much went into research? 0 cents?
Next episode on American Greed. May they all end up like the AIDS patients they said they would help.
Okay then what about MRSA resistant to vancomycin, linezolid and daptomycin or any of the other gram positive antibiotics currently avail.?
3333 is the open interest on $7.50 calls, up .05 on 52 vol
429 is the open interest on $7.50 calls, up .15 but on 2 vol
seems if I'm a betting man I'd have my money on $7.50 over $7
if it isn't overturned it certainly would be.
Rewarding a sum equivalent to the non-binding LATS document when a merger was never fully established and evidenced by such when a breakdown in negotiations underscored by a bridge loan returned to the other party with interest. This was stipulated in the bridge loan if a merger was not consummated. Parsons decision if held up would throw contractual law out the window in favor of promissory estoppel which neither party could clearly support nor could PIP prove they were financially hurt by reliance on the said merger. PIP has been playing a winner take all approach in having no real investment other than a law suit to claim a rights to a drug that was never theirs. If they lose they are where they started bfr the merger talks. If they win they become equal partners in sharing profits without having to spend a cent. How many failed "contract" negotiations will go challenged now?
Again wishful thinking especially if you're an options player.
Parson's decision was 117 pages long. It'll take at least 3 months to legally read his precedent changing manifesto.
BREAKOUT WATCH for possible breakout above 7.09, no resistance in area just above.
Type: Continuation breakout from Single resistance.
Target: 7.55, 8.6% Stop: 6.76, Loss: 2.7%, Profit/Loss ratio: 3.2 : 1 - Excellent