Today’s Marshall patent scheduling conferences had a couple of surprises for regular attendees.
More cases set and as always, the numbers and dates are of interest. (And no, Texas hasn’t seceded. The county commissioners just get a little restless some days).
More time to trial and Markman data from the square on Marshall, where more construction is underway. Not as crowded as the photo, though, and, sadly, no circuses.
The latest round of scheduling conferences provides some insight on the current docket.
In case anyone wants to know what the current time to Markman and trial is.
More data on current trial settings.
It was great to be back in the Marshall courthouse this morning for patent scheduling conferences – the last round was virtual. Not so great was using a Shop Vac as essential office equipment.
We went telephonic with this month’s patent scheduling conferences, so yes, this is about how the parking looked. Here are the results.
We’ll be socially distancing a bit longer, it appears, as the upcoming May patent scheduling conferences have moved to telephonic.
I was reminded of Memorex’ memorable ad campaign when I got a couple of scheduling conference notices this week – one telephonic, but the second not.