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  • Vringo: Next Steps After A Disappointing Decision Versus Google  [View article]
    Anders CT -- you say --

    Patent infringement is not theft. That is a statement of utter idiocy! If it was your patent that was being infringed upon, you would surely think the opposite!
    Aug 18, 2014. 02:48 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Vringo Or Google Cheering The Federal Circuit's Fresenius Decision?  [View article]
    Sorry I omitted the word analyze from my previous post. I'm sure all you folks can figure where the word was omitted. I still restate my original point. The judge in this case is deliberately delaying the ultimate true and just verdict which should award Vringo at least 1 billion. Its beyond pathetic that this is still undecided. Is the judge being paid by Google under the table? Just a question?
    Aug 8, 2014. 12:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo moves higher on court letter  [View news story]
    I truly believe that it is blatantly unjust that the Feds haven't ruled against Google by now and told them to pay Vringo what they owe them! The Feds have had plenty of time to issues pertaining to the District Court's ruling and everything else salient to the case. How long can Google continue to use these stalling tactics?
    Aug 8, 2014. 11:59 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Analysis Of Oral Argument In Vringo Vs. Google Patent Infringement Appeal  [View article]
    Dan, first of all thank you very much for taking the time to provide the readers with such an in-depth analysis of the issues at hand.

    Second, please excuse these following questions from a complete legal novice. Is it not the case than only 2 of the 3 presiding appellate judges must agree for their verdict to stand? In other words the final decision of the appellate judges does not need to be unanimous? Correct? Hopefully this will serve to minimize any adverse influence from the judge with the 101 hangup.

    Third, can you please provide your informed opinion to shed some light regarding the issue of laches in this case?

    Fourth, if the laches issue is decided contrary to Vringo, approximately how much could this limit Vringo's ultimate dollar recovery? Finally, can you please state this limit in percentage terms of zero to 100?

    In conclusion, thank you very much for your professionally informed analysis of this case!

    Oh, I am long 100 Vringo warrants.
    May 8, 2014. 04:47 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What I Like About How Zuckerberg Runs Facebook  [View article]
    Zuckerberg would be better off buying a nationwide burger chain before FB shares hit single digits.
    Jun 11, 2012. 05:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment