The only problem is that Voltage knows that this judge might not take up the case - he said quite clearly he didn't think he'd have the time for it, with him having another major case.
If the other case resolves itself, he'd probably pick it up, and do a great job actually listening to the issues, and understanding the intricacies.
If the other case doesn't, he'd be passing it on to a round robin type deal - any judge can pick it up.
I'm thinking this is what Voltage might be waiting on. Finding out whether Judge Mandamin will pick it up, which would mean Voltage loses their 'easy' win. If they choose to fight still, it'd be harder. No ISP has ever fought this far before - 2 ISPs in the US are just doing this now, but it looks like we're a little ahead of them.
Off hand, I love how Mr. McHaffie (Teksavvy's lawyer) told reporters how to remember how to spell the Judge's name: Mandarin, but change the r to an m. --
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