JB* A supposedly Open-Market acquisition, but one that was done outside (usually lower) the price range traded that day. The transaction could also represent more shares than the exchange reports as having traded all day. In other words, it could not have been an open-market transaction. Yet it is still potentially significant. Private placements and other corporate actions my explain the non-open market nature of the trade. Including them in your analysis is suggested.
In the law of contracts, the doctrine that provides that if a party changes his or her position substantially either by acting or forbearing from acting in reliance upon a gratuitous promise, then that party can enforce the promise although the essential elements of a contract are not present.
This is what golongin2008 still thinks is going to happen, even after the S C said NO!
The CCJ, stated as "fact", the license agreement was never consummated. Is he going to change "fact" to fiction now and award PIP the license agreement? If so, then he will take it upon himself to consummate the agreement. I don't see him having that power.