In this procedurally complex case, the defendant asked for a stay pending two related cases, and got it as to one.
The issue here was whether the convenience factors favored a transfer, even in spite of the defendant’s delaying asserting the issue until the court congestion factor weighed heavily against transfer.
Expert witnesses deposed, after which they execute additional declarations. Can the declarations be stricken or the witnesses
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While Jamie and I were moving Grayson into our new digs on 8th & Cleveland, Judge Albright was a few blocks away on 8th and Franklin changing his patent case procedures. Lots
A case involving suspension of a provider’s Medicare reimbursement payments generated three orders on motions to dismiss, to seal and for injunctive relief from the EDTX’ new judge in Beaumont.
Ever wonder how venue works in qui tam cases? This order in an EDTX case provides a good overview of the standards.
Well maybe not a bar per se, but they’re definitely having drinks together after this order from Judge Albright which also provides insight into his policies regarding discovery, Rule 11, motions for summary judgment, and blindness.
This order addresses the venue analysis as it applies to servers in light of Judge Reyna’s dissent in In re Google, and as such, is worth studying.
As he so often does, David Coale over at 600 Camp has found something interesting in a recent Fifth Circuit case. So hop on over and enjoy some artful turns of phrase from Judges Elrod and Willet. You’ll be glad you did.