Only five terms in this claim construction opinion by Judge Albright.
I don’t actually know if this is his first opinion – just that it was his first hearing. And my most miserable – calling in from an airport terminal waiting for my flight to leave.
Turns out my first hearing with Judge Gilliland this afternoon was his as well – a Markman hearing. We got the proposed constructions the afternoon before and thought I’d go through what’s happening in real time.
While experienced technical advisors are not new in patent cases in Texas federal courts, special masters are.
The parties waived a hearing, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t interesting info in the resulting order.
Sounds like good advice for a teenager, but in this case it was in the form of claim constructions.
Only four terms in this one by Judge Payne.
The court understands you don’t like the prior judge’s claim construction ruling. But he’s not vacating it.
This R&R from a non-Texas district court is the judicial equivalent of watching game tape.
Some judges provide these because they believe it helps focus claim constructions hearings. Add one more to the list (at least partially).