We all feel like Elvis right after filing a motion. (It’s not just me, right?) But as Collin demonstrates, that look isn’t always what comes across to the court.
And the concepts of “link rot” and “reference rot” make their debut.
Sadly, this case isn’t about the second carrier USS Wasp (CV-18), but some may be interested in these FRCP 12 and 56 rulings anyway.
Yes, they do this in Waco too.
The Sabine River is what keeps Texas from being part of Louisiana, so in general, more water is a good thing. But when it’s not, will Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(1) prevent you from doing anything about it?
Unfortunately this case involving Boeing doesn’t involve B-17s. But no case has everything.
Disqualification issues are not common, which makes the attached exposition of the law under these facts of interest.
Assuming it goes to trial, of course, but it’s close enough now that the five summary judgment motions now have rulings.
This order addresses the renewed motions for JMOL following the trial in this case, as well as a motion to stay pending reexam and a large remittitur.
The Court ordered briefing on agency relationships, whether a person was present, and whether a machine could be an agent. Basically, Season 1 of Picard.