This is another “they left my company and took our stuff with them” case, but with a twist.
Who knew you could get into trouble for commingling helium? Or not, as it turned out.
Another data point on the continuing debate.
Venue orders are like police procedurals. You know the characters and plot – you just don’t know what’s going to happen at the end, or what the twists will be.
Sticking with our trademark case brought by Gibson against Armadillo, now we have an emergency motion for leave to conduct discovery by the defendant.
What is sufficient justification for a request for additional discovery after the cutoff? Not what the plaintiff had here.
Well this one has some interesting issues!
This order sets out the steps to plead and prove a default judgment in a copyright case.
The SDTX judges & bar are having a virtual version of their annual gala. The role of King George III will be played by judges Jennifer Elrod (5CIR) and Charles Eskridge (SDTX). No, seriously.
The SDTX Gathering (Virtual) Honoring The Federal Judiciary will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2020, 6:00-7:15 pm. The invitation, with the agenda and other details, is available at the Court’s web site:
The closing musical performance will be You’ll Be Back, from the musical Hamilton, presented by Judge Jennifer W. Elrod and Judge Charles R. Eskridge. I’ll go out on a limb here and guess that the judges’ lyrics will not be a paragon of originalism or textualism.
Da da da dat daaa, dat da da da da ya da …
Good name for a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy character, don’t you think?