Originally Posted by CanuckBB
And as soon as the USPTO gives the final ruling, RIM can sue the pants off NTP to get their money back.
On what grounds? For attempting to enforce a valid patent? I don't think so. This is what it cost RIM to buy its way out of all past infringements and to take a license to the NTP-owned technology up to the point that the reexam process concludes. Call it a cost of doing business.