The court awarded fees to the defendant in this copyright case, then had to determine how to apportion them.
Following a trial which resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff on a breach of contract claim, the plaintiff sought fees and costs.
This fee award is a good example of how not to prosecute a patent case.
The question was whether the losing plaintiff could obtain fees for defeating the counterclaims in this trademark case.
This finding followed a default judgment, but provides useful analysis.
This case provides a good example of what an application for fees should contain.
The court concluded that it lacked personal jurisdiction over the defendant, and transferred the case to the SDNY.
Sad moment Thursday saying goodbye to Lady at Baylor. Not as sad as the plaintiff after this dismissal with fees.
The Fifth Circuit required Judge Hanen to explain his previous denial of the defendant’s request for attorneys fees in this copyright case. Earlier this week he did so.
Useful standard to know because of who its kissing cousin is.