and akin to my naming them serial litigants and so agreed, but there's lots of other information relative to forming overall opinions on writ and chances of settlement with even our own percieved current wisdom of a mixed ruling - i.e. unlikely to be a binary outcome.
Bakky, I agree our diversification out of EU and into Asia and M.E. where writ does not apply is undoubtedly a wise move to leave us an on-going business IF we lost the writ. However, what I still fail to understand is then… Read More
as Europe has adopted a much more cautious and very much slower approach to nipt, (as in only the very high risk cases) then I am not too bothered as ME and Asia is the much better, faster and bigger market that Illumina can't touch rgds writs.
We do have a great product and assuming no settlement I expect a verdict by Xmas, probably around October/November - and then a fairly quick respnse by Illumina to appeal and a huge groan at the likely appeal date way out into 2018. I want it settled. Though any likely settlement terms I could foresee would make the BOD's rhetoric and denials look misguided having waited until the last minute, but such is life.
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