This last of the three posts on Judge Albright’s new procedures covers the changes in OGP 3.1, which deal primarily with claim construction.
It’s unclear whether the discovery might be part of a trade for some biscuits and gravy and a juice flight from Magnolia Table.
Next up – new notice of readiness procedures.
Several new developments today, including what to do about leftovers.
In this case decided on September 11 Judge Albright decided whether notice of the case is sufficient to set a scheduling conference.
The court granted a motion for leave to use an alternative form of service.
Again, it’s agreed, but it’s a good model for an agreement to defer this issue. (And yes, the suspender clip is patented).
It’s unopposed, but (like a limine) the wording of the order is still worth reviewing.
Interesting discovery hearing with Judge Albright going through what information was discoverable.
This order memorializes both the court’s constructions and the parties’ agreed constructions in this case.