Granted. (Yawn). Actually, some very interesting language in here for those following the recent back and forth of venue caselaw.
We haven’t got Judge Craven much longer. So we need to enjoy her rulings while we still can.
Judge Albright transferred one of a number of cases pending in his court in an MDL proceeding.
The sub got out. The parent wasn’t so lucky.
The court struck three paragraphs and two bullet points. Knowing why helps make sure the same doesn’t happen to my expert.
Um. Okay, I think we’ll drop that motion in limine topic.
The way to bring up discovery disputes in Waco patent cases has been revised.
Judge Albright found that plaintiff had not shown that the defendant had a place of business in the WDTX.
We don’t often see written orders on these motions, which is why this one is useful.
This case provides a good example of what an application for fees should contain.