Apparently all the legal community wants for Christmas is…more articles regarding Judge Albright? There’s been a mini-blitz of coverage since our last link roundup, so we’ve gathered them together for your holiday-break reading. Hope you enjoy!
- Scott Graham of Law.com covers the Federal Circuit’s Intel mandamus ruling (which we covered here and here): Federal Circuit Again Rules Against Judge Albright on Convenience Transfer (subscription required)
- And Cara Salvatore of Law360 covers the Intel ruling here: Fed. Circ. Faults Albright for Moving Intel Trial to Waco (no subscription required, based on COVID-related content)
- Judge Albright made some remarks last week at a seminar co-hosted by Magna Legal Services at Winston & Strawn entitled “Effectively Communicating with Jurors in a Patent Case” (the 59-minute video is hosted on Magna’s YouTube channel). Scott Graham of Law.com; Cara Salvatore of Law360; and Winston & Strawn’s WacoWatch blog all have coverage:
- Law.com: Skilled in the Art: Less Is More When It Comes to IP Trials (subscription required)
- Law360: Albright Worried Multipatent Trials Ask Too Much of Jurors (subscription required)
- WacoWatch: Six Key Patent Trial Insights from Judge Albright and Members of the American College of Trial Lawyers
- Although apparently this may have been since mooted in light of the Federal Circuit’s Intel mandamus ruling, Andrew Karpan of Law360 covered further briefing before the Federal Circuit in connection Judge Albright’s denial of Intel’s emergency motion to adjourn trial in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including further insights on Judge Albright’s comments in denying Intel’s motion: My Wife Has Better Pandemic Intel Than Intel, Albright Says (no subscription required, based on COVID-related content)
- Richard Lloyd of IAM Media takes a year-end look at the volume of patent cases filed in front of Judge Albright: New data shows Albright’s tightening grip on US patent litigation
- Judge Albright has also issued orders denying MV3’s post-trial motion and entering final judgment following the jury’s non-infringement verdict in its October trial. Lauren Berg and Cara Salvatore of Law360 have the coverage (subscription required):
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