"Even if successful, our litigation of these matters will continue to be costly," eBay said in the filing. But it added that it had taken "appropriate" legal reserves for the suit.
"If we are not successful in appealing or modifying the court's ruling ... we would likely be forced to pay significant damages," the company said.
The Reuters report did NOT mention that the U.S. government (Office of the Solicitor) had taken a position AGAINST eBay, making it less likely that eBay would prevail at the Supreme Court. Current wisdom has suggested that eBay will lose by a vote of at least 7-2 at the Court.
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