When can you use a rebuttal expert in the claim construction process? This order gives a few clues.
This issue rarely comes up, especially in this flea-flicker-ish context, but this order provides a useful template for when it does.
Texas Lawbook had a good article last week “By a Nose, Waco overtakes Marshall as Patent Litigation Hotbed in TX.” But it uses the wrong nose.
Another batch of status conferences last week.
When are dependent claims of patent infringement estopped as a result of a judgment on their independents in a prior case?
Always good to see an order indicating when a subpoena crosses the line. Even if we did have to … wait for it.
If you’ve been looking forward to watching Judge Alan Albright’s first patent trial, you’ll just have to wait a little longer. The case set for next month has been continued.
Really enjoyed my visit to NYC last week to present on social media & jury selection with Suann Ingle.
Enjoyed moderating the judges panel with Judge Barker from EDTX and Judge Clark Cheney from the ITC today at the ILT’s IP Law Conference at CAIL. Judge J. Campbell Barker for EDTX-Tyler and Judge Clark Cheney from the International Trade Commission discussed their practices and provided pointers on written and oral advocacy at the ILT’s annual IP Law conference at CAIL today. Both are former clerks to CAFC judge William C. Bryson, so there was a lot of agreement, and I had a great time working with them to prepare the presentation. They also exchanged their favorite typographical formatting cheat codes, but I’m sworn to secrecy on that.