In my experience, these investigations can take years and generally don't have any immediate influence on the fundamentals of the companies.
We will see more battles of the data.
That (smaller market share) was expected. What wasn't expected is that the overall market is smaller than anticipated.
The irony is, J&J could have had this company for $76 a share.
Arden Hills is what's providing the cash flow right now.
They are pushing the envelope.
I think they are a good match.
If there is a bidding war, the last bid may be the 'losing bid' because that will be the amount that is outlandishly excessive and the 'winner' will have to live with their too-highly priced acquisition.