Yes, you can have personal jurisdiction disputes over this as well.
The defendant sought dismissal of the plaintiff’s theft of trade secrets and related claims.
Following jurisdictional discovery, the court determined that the facts to support personal jurisdiction just weren’t there.
This is a motion to dismiss in a case asserting primarily fraud on the Copyright Office.
The issue presented on this motion to dismiss was whether the court should transfer or dismiss the plaintiff’s patent and/or trade secret claims.
It is possible to plead yourself out of a patent infringement claim at the very beginning.
The issue here was whether the claims against an individual defendant would be dismissed or severed and stayed.
If you haven’t watched the explanation of Texas in Bernie, you really need to to understand this case.
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