That is the question. And it gets asked, like, a lot.
Former EDTX U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe resigned from Congress yesterday to assume his new duties as Director of National Intelligence. In other news, current U.S. Attorney Joe Brown resigned yesterday as well.
Injunctive relief cases are rare, but always worth reviewing, because when a client asks you if one is available, time is often of the essence.
I am concerned that your week is not having an exciting enough start, so to help out, here are two (2) orders awarding attorney’s fees.
Relevance and proportionality play a major role in the Court’s decision, as you might guess.
We went telephonic with this month’s patent scheduling conferences, so yes, this is about how the parking looked. Here are the results.
Here’s how you hope the fee award in your class action case works out.
Kinda sounds like a super hero, doesn’t it? I’m spectating on Judge Albright’s first one this morning, and have a couple of pointers for attorneys. Maybe more than a couple.
There is a right way and a wrong way to do this, and this order illustrates both.
Judge Albright’s opinion analyzed whether this patent case should be transferred to NDCA.