You can’t always get what you want, but sometimes you get what you need.
A Sherman jury in Judge Mazzant’s court found for the plaintiff in a case over space heaters.
This order provides analysis of standing at the class cert stage, and the interplay between standing and the rule’s requirements.
The discovery here was an expedited subpoena requesting a John Doe defendant’s identifying information.
A party asked to seal or strike certain parts of a filing.
93-page claim construction opinion out of the Plano end of the Sherman Division
Judge Mazzant affirmed the jury’s $150 million verdict in this trade secret case.
This order provides a good source for the relevant standards applicable to motions to compel in this area.
The Fifth Circuit resolved a mandamus petition on whether documents ordered produced in an EDTX case were protected by the attorney-client privilege.
Yes, we’re still doing this (but the boys still look good). Both parties are now filing standalone motions to seal and asserting only that the filing contains information designated confidential under the protective order.