The court found that the defendant owned and controlled the requested source code and that the third party was obligated to provide defendant with the code.
The court noted that reexam had been granted for three of the patents at issue.
Well, this is an interesting fact situation.
Mostly limine with a side of motion to exclude and a doggie bag of MSJ and expert rulings.
This case arises out of a bouncy-house franchise. In my experience, kids liked the Star Trek theme for the party more than they did the bouncy house.
This short order zeroed in on the “many” disputes of material fact that prevented summary judgment in this case.