Which is best explained by a brief detour into White House history (as this is a federal case now).
Ever wonder what an average day of patent docket orders looks like? Here’s a sample from Waco and Marshall.
Plaintiff’s counsel asked for a continuance from next week’s Marshall trial because of his fear of flying through the DFW or Houston airports.
Consistent with prior similar orders, the order in this case provided for a different code review process during the pandemic.
Or, how to convert that multimillion dollar verdict into a judgment.
There’s no tool in my woodshop that I think is as cool as my marking gauge. As a result, every time I see a dispute under § 287, I have a completely different mental image from what you’d expect. Like on this MSJ on damages on unmarked products.
This opinion is a good example of application of the “clearly more convenient” standard in practice.
No, this isn’t about bar work – it’s about how to serve a defendant with process by serving its lawyer.
The first EDTX jury trial in the COVID- 19 era in Judge Mazzant’s court shows how the challenges are being met.
“Alex, what’s the threshold for avoiding Section 285 liability?”