I give up – I’ll just start calling them this to keep my dictation software happy. I don’t post on Markman rulings unless they include dispositive rulings or notable discussion, but both were present here.
Defendant sought an extension of all deadlines in the case 30 days to allow to complete two depositions, send an expert to Mexico, and conduct a pair of third-party depositions.
The product users in this case succeeded in obtaining a motion to stay pending resolution of the declaratory judgment action filed by the manufacturer.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, you find out your client’s had a default taken against them. What to do?
On Day 22 I’m surrounded by three boys doing online classes and writing about prejudgment interest. How’s your WFH going?
When are things going to get better? This order takes a guess in responding to a motion for a six-month continuance of the post-Markman dates in a case.
Outside, the butterflies are checking things out. Inside, mediation procedures are seeing changes no less dramatic (and possibly as short-lived).
EDTX Judge Sean Jordan granted the Plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction halting the enforcement of the City of Dallas’ Paid Sick Leave Ordinance until an ultimate ruling on the merits is made.
Well, the blue heron appears to be outside the jurisdiction of the pond today. The defendants couldn’t say the same thing after reading this order.
Section 285 orders aren’t quite as scary as they were a few weeks ago, but they’re still worth studying to see what conduct crossed the line.