I posted recently about a motion to stay pre-institution. This order shows what can happen after institution.
Judge Gilstrap recently addressed this issue.
This order builds on a construction of the same patent in a prior case.
Marshall now has two patent jury trials under its belt post-COVID. Did I mention we’re getting a new Starbucks?
No, not that kind of stay. The kind that’s not granted till the PTAB makes an institution decision.
The order is brief, but gives some guidance if you have an inclination to seek to strike an errata sheet to a deposition.
Here’s an example of what jurisdictional discovery and the supplemental briefing that it results in looks like.
There’s a standing order on how to announce settlement, and “we’re finalizing things” is not in it. But there are worse things you could do. This is one.
This order is notable because it was hotly disputed whether the court should enter it. (Also, it’s in 14 point for some reason).
Normally these are permitted in the EDTX – here they weren’t, so leave was sought to file one.