Venue orders are like police procedurals. You know the characters and plot – you just don’t know what’s going to happen at the end, or what the twists will be.
Good name for a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy character, don’t you think?
According to Carl Roth, a good landing is one you can walk away from. But a great landing is when you can use the plane again. A Markman works the same way – it’s nice if you can use the patent again.
While I can’t confirm that “there’s magic in the wake of a fiasco,” as the song says, I can say that this didn’t work.
Denied, but the reasons why are illuminating.
This motion to compel sought documents regarding the value of a defendant’s share of the radio frequency spectrum.
To withdraw or not to withdraw – but can I get out before my client retains new counsel?
That’s three patent trials conducted in Marshall under the pandemic, and Alexa is batting .500.
Houston, Dallas, Waco … time for a Marshall case, don’t you think? And let’s make it a juicy one.
As promised yesterday, here’s an opinion striking a damages expert’s opinions as to pre-suit damages.