A Marshall jury found that Wells Fargo Bank infringed on two of USAA’s patents relating to technology that allows users to deposit checks using mobile devices and awarded USAA $200 million.
Last week a Marshall jury found by clear and convincing evidence that, from the perspective of a person of ordinary skill in the art, the asserted claims only involved activities that were well-understood, routine, and
conventional as of the relevant date. But why were they asked this?
Summary judgment is a good tool for dispensing with discrete claims or defenses, in this case 19 of them, plus change. No word on whether Katherine Heigl will be playing the lawyer (but that would be cool).
At issue here was whether the defendant had been properly served, but more importantly, were they a proper defendant under 35 U.S.C. § 299?
Judge Albright recently issued an amended claim construction order that resolved a dispute between the parties regarding whether the plaintiff’s infringement contentions were consistent with the Court’s constructions.
Senior didn’t use forms. And you shouldn’t either (including this one).
A perennial question from out of state counsel is “what is Judge X’s courtroom electronics setup”. Well, with respect to Waco, there hangs a tale, it turns out.
In Waco for a hearing this morning, but it’s a Marshall case that’s caught my attention. Did you know there’s a trolley here now?
I recently posted that Judge Albright granted Apple’s alternative request for a transfer to WDTX-Austin after denying its request to NDCA. Apple has mandamused that agreed transfer now, but says it’s really Judge Gilstrap’s fault.