This dispute between the National Rifle Association and its former PR agency has already spun off these Rule 12 and pair of disqualification orders.
But if we’re analogizing procedural motions to food, nothing says Thanksgiving dinner like JMOLs – so here’s David Coale’s latest slide show on postverdict motions from the State Bar’s Advanced Civil Appellate Course.
On the other hand, motions to compel are the biscuits and gravy of the patent litigation world, as shown by this case.
Amending contentions after the Markman ruling are widely viewed as the lemon lavender doughnut holes of procedural issues in patent litigation – delicate, uniquely seasoned, and tasty.
They’re at it again on that map, this time with competing SJ motions on the copyright and DMCA causes of action.
Following a bench trial, Judge Gilmore issued findings & conclusions and awarded fees and expenses in a case involving the termination of a franchise agreement.
This case sets out the standards for specific personal jurisdiction and venue in a non-patent IP case.
Same fracking case. Is there sufficient diligence for a finding of good cause to amend?
Sounds like someone’s frustrated, doesn’t it?
I posted recently about a motion to stay pre-institution. This order shows what can happen after institution.