Earlier today, Judge Gilstrap issued a new standing order regarding pretrial procedures in civil cases during the pandemic.
I was reminded of Memorex’ memorable ad campaign when I got a couple of scheduling conference notices this week – one telephonic, but the second not.
No summary judgment on Carmack Claim for you.
Some decisions are more useful data points than others – this one is a good example.
A couple of issues you don’t see often in this venue case, including timeliness and independent contractors.
The question of what happened during the break in a depo or trial sometimes comes up. This Hotline order provides some guidance.
The Future Engineer has to have sole use of the study for an exam, so I’ve been forced to work from somewhere else this morning. (Maybe you know what that feels like.) At least I have a good order to study.
Judge Albright’s anticipated first patent jury trial has had SJ rulings, and now expert ones as well. There’s not an opinion for them, but I can explain some of what’s happened, and why Fast and Furious comes to mind. In case anyone’s interested, that is.
Okay, court costs may not be the first thing on everyone’s mind right now, but this order has useful insights on several related issues, all of which have dollar signs attached.
Judge Albright’s second order today deals with parties with Markman hearings the rest of this month and provides options, including sneak peeks of his constructions. That’s something contestants on Let’s Make a Deal never got.