We’re going to try to make a weekly thing out of sharing interesting content we see around relevant corners of the internet. Some will be specifically Waco- and Western-District-related; some will be generally IP- or patent-related; and some may just be whatever we find intriguing. If you’ve written (or just seen) any content that you think we’d like to feature, please bring it to our attention.

On to this week’s roundup:

  • From our similarly-themed friends over at the Waco Patent Litigation Updates blog, here’s a description of the jury-selection procedures that Judge Albright will be employing for his upcoming October 5 trial in the MV3 Partners v. Roku litigation: Patent Voir Dire Procedure
  • If you ever wished you could file a Covered Business Method petition at the PTAB, you missed your chance, as the program expired this past week. But—spoiler alert—some are already advocating to bring it back, per Scott McKeown at the Patents Post-Grant blog: CBM Sunsets at the PTAB….For Now

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