You're standing on the Word.
We shared the same core beliefs: Give praise and honor to God in everything we do.
The Bible symbolizes the godly principles we use in our company, ... We felt that if we built our company on a godly foundation, God would bless our company.
In Scripture we have found peace and order in our home and our family, and that's of course what we want for these families, ... Peace and harmony and love in a home is a good thing.
It's a very disingenuous, misleading pleading.
They've said the next action will be final. It's very peculiar to say no matter what you say, we're not going to give you a fair shake.
The court of appeals said the claim covers a square city block. But the PTO said it covered two blocks.
That was their last gasp on infringement.
There are consequences behind all people's actions. You're not only accountable to me, you're accountable to your parents (and) society as a whole.
Judge Spencer is a very fair, no-nonsense guy, and he knows RIM would like to drag this on and on. Whatever he decides, he's going to decide quickly.
We begged them to please expedite things, and they promised to do it, but then they gave it to new examiners, and they apparently had a different agenda.
The world will not come to an end (if there's an injunction).
Basically what you have here is a squatter. RIM is guilty of willful infringement and continues to infringe, day after day. ... We'd be willing to drop the injunction if they'd just pay up.
Judge Spencer's guidance last Friday was very helpful.