The standard for trial graphics/support expenses as costs has changed – dramatically – in Waco.
Having some patent trials in Waco means we’re starting to get rulings on some postverdict motions, like, as here, court costs.
This finding followed a default judgment, but provides useful analysis.
For one thing, the amount. For another, the language regarding a stay.
As is often the case, the dispute involves the recoverability of deposition costs.
Following a bench trial, Judge Gilmore issued findings & conclusions and awarded fees and expenses in a case involving the termination of a franchise agreement.
Okay, court costs may not be the first thing on everyone’s mind right now, but this order has useful insights on several related issues, all of which have dollar signs attached.
This sunny day I’m celebrating my tulip poplar’s budding out with these JMOL rulings (including lots of interesting fees discussion) following a jury verdict.
You can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, you just might find you get what you need.
It may lack the drama of the Packard sawmill burning down on Twin Peaks, but if an order applying settlement credits and awarding court costs doesn’t get your heart racing, why do you even have a bar card anyway?