Judge Yeakel found that the plaintiffs had provided evidence that the defendant may have had specific, suit – related contacts with Texas, which were sufficient to permit jurisdictional discovery.
I don’t usually post on Federal Circuit rulings granting or denying mandamus, but this brief order was important for several reasons.
Judge Hightower granted in part the motion to compel certain information.
An Austin jury in Judge Albright’s court finished its work Tuesday.
The court found that the complaint sufficiently pleaded the claims except for the ones that it usually dismisses at this stage (presuit indirect & willful).
This discovery order uses the new format required in OGP 4.2
Noting that he had previously invalidated a related patent, Judge Albright granted the motion.
Judge Albright issued an additional opinion explaining his reasoning for denying these motions for stay.
More fun with the Kessler doctrine.
Judge Albright denied defendant NCR’s post verdict motions.