Vringo goes bankrupt waiting for money from google zte etc or vringo sees money from google ZTE and avoids bankruptcy filing. Vringo only has 1 year left of money before they need to do a secondary or a bankruptcy filing. This is from then.
United States Patent and Trademark Office mailed a notice that it will issue a certificate confirming that all of the claims of U.S. Patent No. 6,314,420 remain valid and unchanged. This is the second time the USPTO has confirmed the validity of the `420 Paten
should have been done before approval. You should have gotten a list of companies and the prices they were willing to pay for a buyout/partnership so when approval came, you can act.
its strange that mann kind didn't have partners lined up on the chance that they got FDA approval? It seems that they should have already done the research, already have been able to sign on the dotted line to either sell the company or take a partner?
there's nothing from the appeals court rejecting google's appeal. There's nothing on ZTE being forced to pay up. Vringo is running out of money and with the bonuses and salaries they're giving to board members are lawyers it will be close either vringo runs out of money or ZTE or google pays. We only have a year before Vringo runs out of money and goes into chapter 11 and all our stock is wiped out.
so why is this still going on? Why haven't we heard anything from the appeals court rejecting google's appeal?
its called a bag investment
every month they sell shares while they tell us everything is fine. They have no money coming in yet they keep giving themselves bonuses. How does this company who employs Andrew Lang not come up with a product. Suing companies for patent infringement is a good thing. All companies sue for patent infringement, including, Apple, Google, Microsoft etc, but the problem with Vringo is they have no profits other than patents.
Igxt isn't an investment it's a gamble like betting on a sports team. Vringo is a great buy right now. They beat google and their appeal is going to be rejected .
It's called a spec investment. I'm willing to bet the price of bubble gum on the slight chance it gets approved.