To count how many cases plaintiffs are filing in WDTX you need to deduct the Austin cases transferred from Waco – which is how many?
Ever wonder what an average day of patent docket orders looks like? Here’s a sample from Waco and Marshall.
Protective orders are like James Bond’s suits. They’re tailored, but the judge usually has some rules that you can expect will be present – especially on code review.
Orders out of Waco granting and denying three motions to stay pending inter partes review.
And here’s the other one, in which the scope of the term “goathead” is disputed. (Like the earring, dude).
This is one of a pair of venue orders from Waco on motions to transfer to Houston
Even the request for venue discovery to try to hold the case in Waco was denied.
Judge Albright’s first patent trial has been pushed again, this time to August.
The Court granted the plaintiff’s motion for leave to effect alternative service, providing a non-Hague option in this case.
This PTAB decision indicates that at least in some circumstances, delays in trial settings can change the PTAB’s decision whether to institute review.