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#402151  Sticky Note INTERDIGITAL LEGAL PROCEEDINGS 7-30-2015 FISH21049 08/06/15 10:14:08 AM
#392981  Sticky Note Let's make it simple: Fog1937 12/02/14 10:38:12 AM
#382423  Sticky Note Sticky info: Analyst Reports, Rmarchma Reference Information, etc. postyle 02/21/14 03:45:14 PM
#403332   You are completely correct on the 'open up' clamcakes 08/30/15 08:13:43 PM
#403331   A very realistic assessment. I'm grumpy on clamcakes 08/30/15 07:59:49 PM
#403330   Can someone from the legal community explain what TooManyPets 08/30/15 07:01:43 PM
#403329   MISTER, power11 08/30/15 04:59:25 PM
#403328   In regard to vacating a case decision because olddog967 08/30/15 04:37:49 PM
#403327   my3sons: Based on an old Supreme Court olddog967 08/30/15 03:20:26 PM
#403326   I think its time for our ceo to mister 08/30/15 01:58:25 PM
#403325   Gej, I agree to a large extent. jist1 08/30/15 01:54:34 PM
#403324   To anyone biggeneg7 08/30/15 12:59:17 PM
#403323   Lime finish this ic debacle and then never my3sons87 08/30/15 12:48:46 PM
#403322   I partly agree, that's the best way to Limejuice22 08/30/15 12:46:39 PM
#403321   Sonic maybe if they get a win they my3sons87 08/30/15 12:46:29 PM
#403320   My3sons, The patents in the 613 case expire in sonic22 08/30/15 12:06:25 PM
#403319   My initial thought was that IDCC should not my3sons87 08/30/15 11:56:42 AM
#403318   TooManyPets, IDCC will be just wasting money to appeal. sonic22 08/30/15 11:06:46 AM
#403317   as disappointing (yet unsurprising) as the latest ITC gejebr3 08/30/15 11:01:11 AM
#403316   To Many Pets mickeybritt 08/30/15 10:51:20 AM
#403315   IDCC had best appeal the decision, whether this TooManyPets 08/30/15 10:47:16 AM
#403314   LTE thanks for all your rational and factual dndodd 08/30/15 10:11:26 AM
#403313   The Bullies pushed IDCC away from IPR Royalties[Nokia Goodbuddy4863 08/30/15 12:31:39 AM
#403312   Can we expect Interdigital to go back to scooby5 08/29/15 11:59:53 PM
#403311   <<Lets see there's 3-4 arbitrations in process now, LTE 08/29/15 11:30:26 PM
#403310   Too bad we don't know why this is LTE 08/29/15 11:26:17 PM
#403309   Lets see there's 3-4 arbitrations in process now, Limejuice22 08/29/15 11:23:40 PM
#403308   lime if idcc has great engineers patents nokiashill 08/29/15 11:19:38 PM
#403307   from listening to the last ASM, the board Limejuice22 08/29/15 11:07:28 PM
#403305   I've been calling for Bill Merritt's head for nokiashill 08/29/15 10:55:18 PM
#403303   sonic, this is perhaps the worst ROI I JohnSamuel 08/29/15 10:25:50 PM
#403302   <<In an updated analysis report last year, in LTE 08/29/15 10:20:35 PM
#403301   <<IDCC easily spent over 200M(It was a 7 LTE 08/29/15 09:59:34 PM
#403300   <<"The Court held that even though it does LTE 08/29/15 09:53:59 PM
#403299   Gungrey: I am sure that IDCC has olddog967 08/29/15 09:44:17 PM
#403298   Law360 on the original '244 trial's delay. LTE 08/29/15 08:59:37 PM
#403297   Turney, I completely understand the issue with settling. However sonic22 08/29/15 08:56:18 PM
#403296   olddog967, thanks. LTE 08/29/15 08:44:44 PM
#403295   mickey; No matter what you think or post olddog967 08/29/15 07:59:38 PM
#403294   MIckey, IMO IDCC could do worse than hire squingeqbob 08/29/15 07:52:45 PM
#403293   olddog Why do companies submit patents to the committee? mickeybritt 08/29/15 07:22:54 PM
#403292   Mickey: Sounds like you are being a little olddog967 08/29/15 07:11:53 PM
#403291   There is a big problem about settling for Turney 08/29/15 07:01:03 PM
#403290   OldDog, IMO you're one of the "stand out" Gungrey 08/29/15 06:51:03 PM
#403289   Olddog You win I can't read and they didn't mickeybritt 08/29/15 06:42:58 PM
#403288   LTE: You can access the April 23 olddog967 08/29/15 06:29:41 PM
#403287   That has always been a back door way jjff 08/29/15 06:11:31 PM
#403286   mickey. It is very simple what the olddog967 08/29/15 05:59:45 PM
#403285   Mickey, give it up.....we'll live to see another day. Gungrey 08/29/15 05:46:48 PM
#403284   Olddog How about you explain what the standards committee mickeybritt 08/29/15 05:27:19 PM
#403283   Data: Give up on trying to explain olddog967 08/29/15 05:12:46 PM
#403282   Data_Rox I guess I failed reading what does these mickeybritt 08/29/15 05:04:37 PM
#403281   http://www.3gpp.org/specifications-groups/working-procedures The purpose o Data_Rox 08/29/15 04:22:05 PM
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