Ever prepared a geological map and had it plagiarized? William Smith did. And the plaintiff here claimed the same thing.
Judge Pitman’s limine rulings addressed two important issues regarding to experts in this case.
As required, the admissibility of certain expert damages opinions in a patent case was challenged via Rule 702.
The plaintiff sought certain of Apple’s experts’ billing records.
An 11 page opinion by Judge Albright analyzing an invalidity report about “extensible masts”? This is the content I am here for.
We live in interesting times.
My what a lovely courthouse. Protective order and copyright infringement and damages just seem to fit somehow.
That is the question. And it gets asked, like, a lot.
Parties’ fights on the eve of trial often focus the propriety of supplemental expert reports. That is certainly the case with respect to this order on one of the cases set for trial in Marshall on July 6.
The issue presented in this motion was whether a party could use an expert who was alleged to have had access to confidential information regarding the defendants in a prior consultancy.