Well, the blue heron appears to be outside the jurisdiction of the pond today. The defendants couldn’t say the same thing after reading this order.
Section 285 orders aren’t quite as scary as they were a few weeks ago, but they’re still worth studying to see what conduct crossed the line.
I recall a district judge, who will remain nameless, once saying that he didn’t mind seeing the word “reversed.” It was the “and remanded” part that he hated. This case shows why.
Yes, we binged Daniel Craig Bond this weekend, but it provides a metaphor for this new twist on the usual COVID-19 order. Maybe we could call it a “Vesper” order …
This order resolved the dispute over the applicability of the first to file rule to a case where there was an issue regarding personal jurisdiction.
The court granted one extension, but denied another, citing the rapidly changing landscape regarding COVID-19. Meanwhile, the azaleas are in bloom.