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  • Vringo V. ZTE: Shares Undervalued, Manipulation And Pressure Tactics Headline SDNY Battle [View article]
    Good Article

    Just out new solid developments

    http://bit.ly/1DMBCnh
    Jul 28, 2015. 02:48 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    yes incredible

    ZTE inadvertently produced documents that show Google/ZTE collusion
    Jul 27, 2015. 05:48 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    SDNY Judge Smacks Down ZTE, VRNG Draws Blood

    http://bit.ly/1KtUvAb
    Jul 27, 2015. 12:53 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    More Solid Developments

    http://bit.ly/1CZV2tI
    Jul 24, 2015. 06:32 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    Main ones

    http://bit.ly/1JDqdrO

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    Jul 24, 2015. 01:14 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ETRM Buy $0.67 [View instapost]
    Bad management, no doubt

    I am still giving a chance to the product and hold
    Jul 7, 2015. 11:47 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    Patent Law and the Supreme Court: Certiorari Petitions Granted

    http://stks.co/p2RYG
    Fantastic Link
    Jul 7, 2015. 10:06 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    Google has settled with many companies including ACTG, another IP company.
    Jul 6, 2015. 10:55 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ETRM Buy $0.67 [View instapost]
    not for 12 months

    the problem is having decent sales before insurance coverage
    Jul 3, 2015. 12:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    There's no delay. July 15 or 29 is the same.
    Scotus is already on holiday until late September.
    Decision will be in October or early November.
    Jul 3, 2015. 11:28 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    http://bit.ly/1PnRhnA
    From VRNG's SCOTUS petition:

    The jury and the district court found the patents-in-suit valid after a twelve-day
    trial. Departing from those decisions, the per curiam relied upon a prior art reference that Respondents did not even raise as an obviousness issue on appeal.
    Under an appropriately deferential standard of review, the validity of the patents-in-suit could not be impugned, notwithstanding that nonobviousness is
    ultimately a legal conclusion. See Teva Pharm. USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc., 135 S. Ct. 831, 841-42 (2015).

    Perhaps recognizing the novelty of its interpretation of the prior art, the per curiam attempted to bolster its decision by announcing, de novo, that “common sense”
    should have rendered the patents-in-suit obvious. In KSR Int’l Co. v. Teleflex Inc., this Court held that “factfinders” are free to use “common sense” to make
    factual findings about whether a skilled artisan would have bridged any gaps between the prior art and the claimed invention. 550 U.S. 398, 421 (2007). KSR’s
    stated purpose was to offer “factfinders” greater flexibility in analyzing the record evidence and in making findings regarding the relationship between
    prior art and the claimed invention. Ibid. The per curiam, however, joined other recent Federal Circuit decisions that have misappropriated KSR’s “common
    sense” inquiry in the name of applying increasingly intrusive appellate review of jury and district court factual findings relating to obviousness.
    This Court has recognized the importance of applying the appropriate standard of review to mixed questions of law and fact in the context of patent litigation.

    In Teva, this Court rejected the Federal Circuit’s practice of reviewing de novo the factual determinations that support district courts’ claim construction decisions. The same guidance is called for here, for like claim construction, obviousness is a
    defense that is raised in virtually every one of the over 5,000 patent cases that are filed in district courts every year. The need for this Court’s guidance is particularly acute given the Federal Circuit’s increasing willingness to substitute its own findings for that of the jury and district court in the years following KSR. See pp. 19-23, infra.

    This Court should end the Federal Circuit’s unbounded review of factual findings relating to obviousness by granting this petition, reversing the decision below, and clarifying that KSR does not give the Federal Circuit license to usurp the jury’s role in making the factual determinations underlying obviousness.

    At a minimum, the Court should grant the petition, vacate the decision below, and remand for reconsideration in light of the principles articulated in Teva.

    The principles underlying this Court’s decision in Teva apply with even greater force in this case, where a jury rather than a trial judge made the relevant factual findings.

    The manner in which the Federal Circuit substituted its own view of the testimony is at odds with the Seventh Amendment principle that “no fact tried by a jury,
    shall be otherwise reexamined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.” Atlantic & Gulf Stevedores, Inc. v. Ellerman Lines, Ltd., 369 U.S. 355, 359 (1962) (holding that Seventh Amendment bars court of appeals from “redetermin[ing] facts found by the jury”).
    Jul 3, 2015. 09:48 AM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    Google asked and got a 2nd extension to July 29 from July 15
    http://1.usa.gov/1RIGbav

    Maybe something is up, Why ask a 2nd extension ?
    Jul 3, 2015. 07:25 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo up 8.6% following ZTE lawsuit updates [View news story]
    Patents are running out of time ? LOL

    Patents are NOT options that expire worthless. They are still enforceable after expiration.

    Delisting is completely out of question, by December we'll see Scotus decision and major developments vs ZTE.
    Jun 30, 2015. 05:31 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ETRM Buy $0.67 [View instapost]
    Warrants must be paid to the company, they are not free
    Jun 30, 2015. 03:15 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • ETRM Buy $0.67 [View instapost]
    Really ? LOL
    Jun 30, 2015. 03:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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