Research in Motion was denied again by the U.S. Supreme Court, this time losing an emergency Supreme Court appeal that would have put the NTP patent infringement case on hold while RIM appeals 5 counts of patent infringement that the Waterloo, Ontario based BlackBerry maker has already lost.

Many analyst say that there is a good chance that a guilty verdict could be overturned especially since the U.S. Patent Office has found all the patents that RIM was found guilty of infringement on to be invalid. The problem howerver, is that the company has already been found guilty and that there is an impending injunction from the sale or operation of BlackBerry service in the United States.