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.
Sadly, this case isn’t about the second carrier USS Wasp (CV-18), but some may be interested in these FRCP 12 and 56 rulings anyway.
Assuming it goes to trial, of course, but it’s close enough now that the five summary judgment motions now have rulings.
12 motions for summary judgment – 11 granted in part, and one denied in toto, with some observations on how to avoid chaos at the SJ stage.
If you’re interested in substantive summary judgment analysis, this order addressing these defenses is for you.
No, this is isn’t the right Sherman courthouse, but let’s look at a different building for a change as we ponder late-filed SJ evidence.
When are dependent claims of patent infringement estopped as a result of a judgment on their independents in a prior case?
In Waco for a hearing this morning, but it’s a Marshall case that’s caught my attention. Did you know there’s a trolley here now?