Many times, both parties sign "zip our mouths" agreements and you never get the details. I bet if Wing's attorney team feels strong enough -- and I'm sure they are trademark specialists -- they may be working for a percentage of the winnings, costing Wing little as the case moves on. These guardians of our legal system must be slobbering over themselves as they fantasize about Google's deep pockets.
1. Google will cut Wing Ding a multi-million dollar check and he will go away.
2. A non-disclosure agreement will be signed.
3. All internet promotion/FaceBook posts & pages geared to get WatchGeeks emotionally involved with their marketed "David vs Goliath" story be removed without a word.
4. Butt hurt Geeks will wonder how it all ended.
5. Geeks will soon see the release of additional Google Android Watches, realizing they were used by Wing Ding for his personal gain.
Great points by all. The only thing I can say I know for sure about law, though: I never really know how the fuck these things could turn out, because it's never the way that I honestly expect them to. This one will be fun to follow, for sure. And one more point: Say we all agree Wing's Android's in the right, Wing's Android did it first? I still say the phone Android wins, if they have the better/smarter/more aggressive legal team. Happens all the time; the best lawyers find loopholes and clauses us mere mortals didn't even know were in the books.