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.
No, this isn’t about bar work – it’s about how to serve a defendant with process by serving its lawyer.
Rulings are rare because these issues are usually agreed. But here are several that required the court to decide what would be permitted.
Another trial setting in a patent case slides back a couple of months, but only after being denied the first time.
In much the same way that previous models of ships of the same class can inform later models, a court may consider previous constructions of disputed terms. But under what standards?
We went telephonic with this month’s patent scheduling conferences, so yes, this is about how the parking looked. Here are the results.
There is a right way and a wrong way to do this, and this order illustrates both.
The issue presented in this motion was whether a party could use an expert who was alleged to have had access to confidential information regarding the defendants in a prior consultancy.
a/k/a how not to file a motion to compel.