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.
The most recent Marshall Division patent scheduling conferences took place January 28, and here are the results.
Another batch of status conferences last week.
Just got out of the Marshall patent scheduling conferences originally scheduled for last month, so here’s the relevant information re: cases heard and time to Markman and trial.
Another round of patent scheduling conferences yesterday across the street that resulted in some interesting dates.
Back across the street yesterday for scheduling conferences in patent cases, followed by scheduling conferences in everything else. The cases discussed below are for Judge Gilstrap’s share of the Marshall patent docket, as well as the Lufkin patent docket and one Sherman patent case.
It’s been two months since the September scheduling conferences, so we were back across the street yesterday for scheduling conferences in patent cases, followed by scheduling conferences in … everything else. The cases discussed below are for Judge Gilstrap’s share of the Marshall and Tyler patent docket. I also included some observations on how cases are scheduled.
If it’s the second Tuesday of an odd numbered month, there’s a good chance there are patent case scheduling conferences going on across the street at the Judge Hall courthouse. This month was no different, with numerous cases heard for both Judge Gilstrap’s Marshall and Tyler dockets, as set forth below.