The jury delivered a verdict in "Pao v. Kleiner." But the curtain hasn't gone down on the Ellen Pao performance art. Critics of Kleiner Perkins contend the venture capital firm should have just given her $10 to go away. And that would have been that. They were probably on the money.
Also, as Cromwell Schubarth reports in the Silicon Valley Business Journal:
"Ellen Pao said on Monday that she and her attorneys are 'still in the midst of making some decisions' about a possible appeal of her recent [court] loss."
In a trial, the heat of spotlight bears down heavily on the plaintiff, who has to prove her case. For someone supposedly uncomfortable in the spotlight, returning to court seems odd.