Portions of the defendant’s damages and invalidity experts’ reports were ordered struck in this case, providing a good look at what is a bridge too far for an expert.
Limine orders are in some ways the equivalent of etiquette guides for trials. So let’s see which fork the parties either agreed, or the Court concluded should be used with this particular course.
Defendants sought summary judgment on pre-suit damages, and got an analysis regarding “bucketing” and some comments on the advisability of changing quotes.
It’s always interesting to see where courts are on the “stream of commerce” test when addressing personal jurisdiction issues. Let’s see where we are this month.
I thought EDTX caselaw on the issue of discovery into unaccused products was pretty clear, but apparently another case was required.
The EDTX defendant won the race to the courthouse by a day, filing a dec action in Houston. But the Houston judge dismissed the case in favor of the EDTX action. So what does EDTX do with the first to file/1404 motion to transfer to Houston now?
FRCP 12(c) motions are not granted often, but this recent decision from Marshall explains when they can be.
Nothing like a cigar, a fine whiskey, and a well-crafted order on a request for partial summary judgment on limitations and damages.
Parties sometimes seek to add specific claims or defenses to cases late. This order is a succinct example of what adding such a “rifle shot” defense and conducting necessary discovery on it can look like.