The parties agreed that the lead case should be deconsolidated – they disagreed whether the lead case should be stayed after it went solo.
A Tyler jury in Judge Jeremy Kernodle’s court found largely for the defendant in this case, after the parties dropped copyright infringement and other claims during the trial.
Sounds like good advice for a teenager, but in this case it was in the form of claim constructions.
After balancing the factors, the court decided that Austin had been shown to be clearly more convenient for the Austin Division-based Defendant.
Only four terms in this one by Judge Payne.
Judge Payne granted the motions, which permitted service by electronic mail and FedEx, respectively
One out of three isn’t bad.
The court understands you don’t like the prior judge’s claim construction ruling. But he’s not vacating it.
This R&R from a non-Texas district court is the judicial equivalent of watching game tape.
Our twins couldn’t escape Spider-Man. The defendant couldn’t escape state court in this unfair competition claim.