I saw this post today from GigaOM who always does a fine job of reminding me to make a post on Vonage. Om Malik points out the Vonage has a $3.99 per month save offer for current clients as well as outlining why Vonage is nearing the end. BTW, that save offer is probably there so that when they start to go under they can keep a few customers on the books for the acquiring company.
Anyway, I checked in with the WSJ and it really looks like they are at the end with their current defense of "oh we believe the judge gave bad instructions to the jury but didn't object at the time because it wouldn't have mattered anyway". That's the same sort of line when your boss yells at you for not pointing out something to them or your wife yelling at you and you just want to crawl away and hide.
I wonder why one of the judges asked if there was some middle ground? Who cares. Seriously. If someone broke the law and then milked millions out of people who bought their worthless stock, than why shouldn't it be allowed to go under. Its about time they get what they deserve which is a little payback.