Another Waco case ruling on a defendant’s claim that the asserted claims are unpatentable subject matter.
Plaintiff sought “targeted venue discovery” based on arguments made by the defendants at a recent hearing on the defendant’s motion for reconsideration of denial of their prior venue motion.
Your may have a good office location. But do you have an 18 wheeler of Dos Equis in front of your office on a Friday afternoon?
As I posted several months ago, and more recently in connection with a recent decision, last year’s EDTX rule changes included a new requirement regarding expert disclosure at the P.R. 4-3 stage. We now have a second opinion interpreting the new provision in light of a dispute that has arisen over it.
Marshall’s Main Street Program‘s Mornings on Main with Debbie Parker featured our law offices in the historic Hub building on their If These Walls Could Talk video series on Facebook this morning. It’s an entertaining four-minute introduction to our somewhat idiosyncratic offices (including the “tree house” and hobbit door) in an 1870’s building that served our community as a shoe store for over a century before we repurposed it as a law office.
I think it’s also the first time I’ve talked to Debbie that I didn’t hand her my credit card – she owns a women’s clothing boutique a couple of blocks up North Washington, and I’m married to one of her regular customers.
The plaintiff in this case sought an order compelling mediation. Based on the briefing, apparently all the parties are engaging in objectionable conduct, but it didn’t really matter to the outcome – the motion was denied.