perhaps kl and aapl are talking re settlement and have asked cafc to hold off deciding while they work out the details of a settlement.
i have known the olshan firm for decades.
the filers of the schedule d are bullish, continue buying. unlike neal, they may work out something with kl or somehow prevent kl from using vhc as his personal piggy bank. they may make kl pay vhc for the outrageous monies and other things he has taken from vhc for himself, his family and others. this would apply whether cafc rules for aapl or vhc.
so, when the 13d filers do the math, unlike us, they may figure, whether vhc wins or loses at cafc, kl will not be able to continue to live off vhc as he has in the past.
of course, the 13d filers may be bought off by kl, and join the feast alongside kl, and not give the other shareholders a free ride on their work.