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By thehonorablejudgewapner.37 minutes ago.Permalink
Very interesting development. Although GOOG has filed a number of pro hac vice docs (my guess is to give the impression of going to court, settlement leverage, etc) a separate file has been made from an "public" individual (company) outside of this case. Suffolk technologies has filed patent infringement against GOOG & AOL that supposedly infringe on their patents (adwords/adsense/ etc). It is a compelling argument but essentially if the court orders what they are requesting, all GOOG & AOL sealed docs would be unsealed during trial.
You can come to your own conclusions but this could be a schit storm for the defendants as it adds to the settlement conference and overall leverage for Vringo.
The roller coaster continues
IMO this that is a big PLUS for VRNG, what Suffolk has done. They are basically saying Google can not seal all of their "secret" info that it has to be available to Suffolk. It gives more reason for Google to settle with VRNG, so that this stuff is not made public, that they want to seal.