The jury awarded breach of contract damages and, sitting as an advisory jury, recommended damages for disgorgement and exemplary damages in this damages-only case.
Judge Sean Jordan granted the defendant’s motion to dismiss for lack of patentable subject matter.
Last November a breakout of COVID-19 in the Sherman courthouse derailed this case. Not this time – and it is the second $150-175 million verdict in Sherman in two weeks.
They’re trying patent cases in Sherman as well.
This order from Judge Mazzant handles the rulings slightly differently.
I can’t write too much about this case – it makes me too hungry.
Kinda like 7 inches of snow amended my yard last night. I know there’s a driveway out there somewhere – I parked the truck on it.
Two in one day. That’s unusual.
Lots of claims in this case, but the motion to dismiss only sought dismissal of the trademark claims.
How to literally make a federal case out of a dispute at the ballpark. With a pinch hit from caselaw on RICO claims and personal jurisdiction.