Defendant sought information regarding prior licenses, litigation, and litigation funding.
Not another one. I hate this subject. At least it’s just pleading standards, though.
Judge Mazzant’s order lays out the relevant standards for discovery and patent damages.
Judge Gilstrap denied the motion, finding that claim construction was in fact necessary in this case.
A Tyler division jury before Judge Schroeder awarded the plaintiff $659,106.40 in this damages retrial.
The question was whether a party could require its opponent to travel overseas to defend two depositions.
Judge Mazzant granted this motion to transfer in a trademark / trade dress case.
These orders are always worth studying.
The court found that the defendant owned and controlled the requested source code and that the third party was obligated to provide defendant with the code.
Well, this is an interesting fact situation.