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  • Did Vringo Traders Overreact To Google's Flip Flop? [View article]
    Dan might not understand my next set of statements because of a demonstrated inability to handle constructive criticism, but for the record, VRNG is his only stock. After this whole debacle nobody will respect these "opinions" of his. Whether Dan is right or wrong makes no difference. If people don't trust him anymore then the opinion will become worthless. Have you heard of the story called "the boy who cried wolf"? That is a prime example of what destruction of trust can do, and this whistle blower is no different then the little boy who cried wolf. This author has lost my trust and as such i won't be commenting any further on his articles so that I don't pad his wallet any further.
    Jan 6, 2013. 09:45 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Future Damages At Ongoing Royalty Rate Of 3.5% Very Likely [View article]
    Great article, but I have a few questions. So, you've said that the judge has to rule on all motions prior to final judgement, right? And you've also said that VRNG has until 18th to file additional motions, right? So, this means that judge cannot possibly have a final rule on this case until the 19th at earliest. However, if he has to sort through any new last minute motions (a few days time) then that pushes the earliest final ruling into Christmas week. But realistically, no one is working the week of Christmas, especially not some old judge that is getting ready to retire and could care less what his punishment is. That puts a final ruling into next year. I don't understand how you can see any differently based on his current pace at ruling on the motions so far. Please explain to me how you figure this is getting a final ruling before the new year based on the above assumptions.

    Thanks in advance!
    Dec 14, 2012. 03:10 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Patent Office Eliminate Vringo's Right To Future Royalties From Google? [View article]
    I'll ask my question again since it wasn't answered the last time. Is Dan a Software Engineer? I'll answer that, NO he is not. Therefore, he has no idea what he is talking about when he says that Google can work around this issue. Dan is not an expert in this field and his opinion on the workaround is worthless.

    Dec 14, 2012. 03:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Vs. Google: Value In The Jury's Mistake [View article]
    I know right!! His statement should actually say, "any half brained person with an IQ greater than 5 can see that the jury made a mistake".
    Dec 14, 2012. 03:09 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Patent Office Eliminate Vringo's Right To Future Royalties From Google? [View article]
    Dan, I appreciate the article and your thoughts on the law. They are your opinions and even if I don't like them, it's good to read up on what you think the possible legal outcomes could be.

    However, I do have a question: Have you been a practicing software engineer within the last 10 years, or in your entire life for that matter? I'm guessing the answer is no. So, please stop talking about workarounds because you have NO CLUE WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT! Just because another lawyer said they can work around the issue doesn't mean it's actually possible. Lawyers say many things and you of all people should know that most of the time what comes out of a lawyers mouth is a lie.
    Dec 13, 2012. 10:51 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Warrants Offer An Amazing Asymmetrical Trade [View article]
    Hi Brian,
    If you are correct in your statements, then why would anyone in their right mind ever pay anything more than 4.94 for the warrants? Based on my general calculations, if the stock were to go from 3.07 today to the 10.00 call that is referred, and the warrants maxed at 4.94, then you would make about 4x your investment. If you took that same money and invested it directly in the stock itself and the stock went to 10.00, then you would make 3.25x your investment. If this is true, then why in the world would you invest in the warrants right now? Seems like the payoff isn't worth the risk here...
    Dec 11, 2012. 04:08 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Verdict And Future Royalties Against Google On Shaky Ground [View article]
    Pretty good article. I like to hear thoughts from the other side of the table.

    My one critique is that you continue to state things like "Google could develop a design around that does not infringe the patents any more". Sir, you are a patent lawyer and NOT a technology expert. You don't know what you are talking about on the technology front, so please don't include that as fact in your article. This type of statement is very misleading and quite frankly it's wrong. The majority of people in the tech industry will support this statement.

    Aside from that, thank you for your opinions.
    Dec 5, 2012. 12:40 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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