I just realized this post on the General Order establishing targeted visitor restrictions for EDTX courthouses through May 1, didn’t go up when it should have. Here it is, with my apologies.
Even if you’re not interested in the specific instructions, it’s useful to see what courts’ Markman orders look like, especially as the form can change over time. Because it might mean you need to think ahead.
Readers should be familiar with cybersecurity guru Shawn Tuma. Shawn has a new article out that gives a high-level version of what’s going on with Zoom to help answer the questions (1) what are the risks of using Zoom, and (2) is there a safer way to use Zoom? I highly recommend it if Zoom is part of your toolbox. In case the above link isn’t visible, it can be found at https://www.spencerfane.com/publication/understanding-the-cyber-and-privacy-risks-of-zoom-and-tips-for-using-it-more-safely/
I just spent some time on the call-in for the video conferencing system being used by some EDTX judges, and have a few pointers.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, you find out your client’s had a default taken against them. What to do?
On Day 22 I’m surrounded by three boys doing online classes and writing about prejudgment interest. How’s your WFH going?