LENR+ does not exist. It is a figment of Gluck's imagination. Ni-H cold fusion is no stronger or more reproducible Pd-D. It may not even exist.
A win by Rossi would wipe out the last source of funding and destroy what little is left of LENR. It would be a victory for criminal fraud.
I view the situation very differently, because I'm convinced that the "Rossi Effect" (cold fusion with a power density of over 1000watts per gram) is indeed real. And I'm not convinced (yet) there was flat out fraud involved in the year long test.
If Rossi were to win the case -- which I think will require him to prove that there was a customer and a real manufacturing process -- then he'd be able to continue with his development of the E-Cat, High Temp E-Cat, and Quark X. The funding of LENR would not come to an end and testing of his methods and others would continue around the world. If IH were to go bankrupt, it wouldn't be death of LENR like you proclaim it to be. Cold fusion research is cheap and has been conducted on shoe string budgets in the past. If someone wants to perform LENR research, they'll be able to do so in most cases. And, in my opinion, after Rossi provided more evidence of his effect, a tidal wave of funding could arrive from a multitude of sources.
If Rossi were to lose the case so severely his work came to an end, then his technology would survive as people continued to attempt replication. Once a working recipe was figured out by someone like Alan Smith, replications could take place around the world and funding would increase.