The court found that some of the affirmative defenses would be stricken as insufficient in this copyright case.
The issue here was the addition of a party the plaintiff claimed it wasn’t on notice was the proper defendant.
Judge Mazzant denied the request for injunctive relief.
The issue here was whether the plaintiff must produce communications regarding an issue of intentional abandonment of an application.
Judge Mazzant’s 100th trial wrapped up yesterday with a complete defense verdict in favor of (I am happy to say) our clients. That trial’s kept me on the road for 11 days – glad to be back in the office this afternoon.
They’re popping the corks in the Paul Brown courthouse this week as Judge Mazzant celebrates beginning his 100th jury trial since joining the district bench in 2014.
Judge Mazzant’s order lays out the relevant standards for discovery and patent damages.
Judge Mazzant granted this motion to transfer in a trademark / trade dress case.
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.
The court concluded that the defendant did not have a regular and established place of business in the district.