The plaintiff sought to compel a slide deck produced by the defendant’s counsel, then clawed back.
Following remand, Judge Gilstrap recalculated the enhanced damages award.
Plaintiff asked court to order the defendant to confirm that it has committed to accept the plaintiffs offer if that offer is found to be FRAND.
Judge Gilstrap denied the motion without prejudice, finding that claim construction could be of benefit in addressing the issues of eligibility of the asserted patents in the case.
The court granted the motion, precluding arguments regarding an alleged failure to preserve documents or destruction of document.
Judge Gilstrap granted this FRCP 12(c) motion, finding the subject matter of the patent ineligible for patent protection.
The defendant argued that the plaintiff’s infringement contentions were insufficient.
Judge Gilstrap denied the motion for leave to amend the defendant’s invalidity contentions.
The court granted the motion, finding diligence in seeking third-party discovery and moving to amend.
A Marshall jury in Judge Gilstrap’s court rendered a defense verdict in this case.