Houston, Dallas, Waco … time for a Marshall case, don’t you think? And let’s make it a juicy one.
Marshall and Waco federal courts are hearing patent trials this week – let’s see what the pretrial rulings in Marshall’s looked like.
You only get pretrial rulings when a case makes it to pretrial, which makes this set of limine, expert and SJ rulings from Judge Albright especially significant.
Not too long after this picture was taken, the future Judge Sam B. Hall, Jr. was given some good advice in the practice of law from Judge Hall, Sr..
These are interesting pretrial rulings in this case set for trial week after next in Marshall. (Spellcheck, I just give up on this one).
Although not hard and fast examples of what comes in and what doesn’t, limine rulings are still good indications – and this one has a phalanx of them (that’s an EDTX term of art, and I’ll explain why).
Nothing like a set of pretrial rulings to start your day off, especially when they include partial grants regarding damages experts.
The Court denied the parties’ joint and unopposed motions in
Limine orders are in some ways the equivalent of etiquette guides for trials. So let’s see which fork the parties either agreed, or the Court concluded should be used with this particular course.
The Rmail case – or at least part of it – apparently settled late Sunday evening, but it’s never too late to see what can be gleaned from the most recent batch of pretrial rulings on expert motions and motions in limine.