smarterer Tuesday, 03/31/20 09:48:12 AM Re: jessellivermore post# 258422 Post # of 301845 So a question for attorneys here: if the judge made her judgment on a misunderstanding of the scientific findings of the study on which she based her determination, does that provide grounds for an appeal? Not familiar enough with patent costs to even form an opinion. Are there precedents for a decision like yesterday's to get reversed? If so, what does that process look like? And do any of the attorneys familiar with patent law have an opinion on the caliber of the firm and the actual attorneys involved in the litigating on Amarin's behalf? Thanks for any thoughts on this regard.