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?
Defendant sought – and got – a recommendation that summary judgment of noninfringement be granted following the Markman hearing.
Around our house, T-Rex means the above logo on a t-shirt. Around the courthouse it means motions for summary judgment – but are they more like a T-Rex’s jaws, or its hands?
Not too long ago I posted on Judge Albright’s denial of a summary judgment motion. He just ruled on the request to reconsider that decision, giving us insight into how he views motions to reconsider.
The Court overruled the Plaintiff’s objections to the magistrate judge’s report recommending that summary judgment of noninfringement be granted.
Nothing like a cigar, a fine whiskey, and a well-crafted order on a request for partial summary judgment on limitations and damages.
Today’s first Oyster (ruling) is on one of the defendants’ SJ motion on its license & release defense.
The magistrate judge recommended granting the defendant’s motion for summary judgment of noninfringement as to the sole remaining claim in this case.