Which is best explained by a brief detour into White House history (as this is a federal case now).
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.
Consistent with prior similar orders, the order in this case provided for a different code review process during the pandemic.
Couple more pieces of advice about video hearings, and yes, it includes more discussion of the mute button.
Protective orders are like James Bond’s suits. They’re tailored, but the judge usually has some rules that you can expect will be present – especially on code review.
Orders out of Waco granting and denying three motions to stay pending inter partes review.
And here’s the other one, in which the scope of the term “goathead” is disputed. (Like the earring, dude).
This is one of a pair of venue orders from Waco on motions to transfer to Houston
Even the request for venue discovery to try to hold the case in Waco was denied.
There’s no tool in my woodshop that I think is as cool as my marking gauge. As a result, every time I see a dispute under § 287, I have a completely different mental image from what you’d expect. Like on this MSJ on damages on unmarked products.