If you need to know the procedural steps for obtaining a TRO, extending it, and then obtaining a preliminary injunction, this is a pretty good primer.
A couple of changes on the June trial front – appears we may have a couple of jury trials starting in June after all in both Marshall and Waco. But no, Collin, we’re not there yet. Why didn’t you bring your charger?
Parties’ fights on the eve of trial often focus the propriety of supplemental expert reports. That is certainly the case with respect to this order on one of the cases set for trial in Marshall on July 6.
Many judges are talking about the effect of the virus on their courtrooms in online CLEs – for example this afternoon I’m watching Judges Albright (WDTX) and Moye (Dallas 14th) from the comfort of my office, and studying notes from other panels yesterday.
A recent general order from the chief judge of the WDTX and a review of recent docket activity indicates that we might not be seeing any June patent trials after all.
The issue presented in this motion was whether a party could use an expert who was alleged to have had access to confidential information regarding the defendants in a prior consultancy.
a/k/a how not to file a motion to compel.
So how’d you spend your weekend? I made (Brennan’s) Eggs Benedict and mimosas for my wife for Mother’s Day and built a 3/10″ command module. Oh, and read an interesting case on amending contentions under 35 U.S.C. § 295.
Exceptions to the default order of things are always interesting, aren’t they?
When a claim chart can apply to multiple accused products is an issue that comes up occasionally in patent litigation. This order provides an exemplar of how this issue is sometimes addressed.