Plaintiff won four of its seven challenges to this expert’s opinions.
Same plaintiff – did a transfer to Austin really get the defendant a stay?
In this case, the ability compel the third-party witnesses to appear decided the matter.
The court noted that reexam had been granted for three of the patents at issue.
Home Depot sought a transfer to Georgia, where its headquarters is located.
This case deals with whether the plaintiff had sufficient rights when it sued the defendant for patent infringement.
Calm down, it’s a trademark case in Austin. But I’m serious about the 50(a) part.
Let’s see – this is a claim concerning counterfeit Baylor-branded sporting good products and the question is whether the defendant “purposefully directed” its activities at … Texas. Hmmm.
I think the 1989 Concord Blue Devils said it best – ya gotta try. But this Order Denying Motion For Alternative Service did as well.
Great stuff on the Patent Litigation Management webinar today with Baylor LL.M.’s Prof. Liz Fraley and WDTX – Waco Magistrate Judge Derek Gilliland.