This has likely already been pointed out here -- but I'll point it out now
(again), if it hasn't.

Here’s The Settlement—Getting The License Back Was Rossi’s Top Priority

The bottom line appears to be that IH 'settled' -- because they simply
could not *prove* fraud (which perhaps, never actually took place -- at
least the way IH sees it). Simple as that. So they would have _lost_ the
case if it had gone to trial -- and been liable for whatever _they_ would
have been liable for.

Rossi OTOH, strategically forewent the money he was 'owed': because he
valued the IP over everything else -- and is smart enuff to know when to
'fold' and walk away.

Is that it, or close enuff..?

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