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.
People ask if the EDTX is back to oral hearings. It depends on the court, but let me share some instructions I received for a hearing later this week.
Judge Albright’s first patent trial has been pushed again, this time to August.
Based on this week’s trial in Sherman, we finally have an answer.
Another trial setting in a patent case slides back a couple of months, but only after being denied the first time.
Two motions – one to continue case deadlines, and the second requiring production of witnesses overseas.
A recent general order from the chief judge of the WDTX and a review of recent docket activity indicates that we might not be seeing any June patent trials after all.
The EDTX judges met by videoconference earlier today and adopted the following revisions to the COVID-19 – related General Orders.