We’ll start off this week with a roundup of last week’s links. Considering there was a full jury trial (albeit a very short one!) in the Waco Division last week, there actually wasn’t an overwhelming amount of media coverage. Perhaps that’s a sign of a maturing Court—i.e., as more jury trials occur in front of […]
Tag: Link Roundup
Last week was actually a pretty quiet week for media coverage of the Waco Division, but now we return to our (quasi-)regularly scheduled link roundup: Richard Lloyd of IAM Media covers remarks from Judge Albright made earlier this week at the American Intellectual Property Law Association’s spring meeting: Speed will remain of the essence in […]
Smörgåsbord & Link Roundup
To make up for our recent brief layoff, we’ll try to bring you a slightly meatier-than-normal summary of recent happenings in and coverage of the Waco Division. Here’s what we’ve picked up over the last few weeks that’s not related to VLSI-Intel II: ESW-Roku: As we covered a couple weeks back, Judge Albright’s third patent […]
VLSI-Intel II Link Roundup!
As promised, here’s a comprehensive listing of the other media coverage we were following during the VLSI-Intel II trial, in roughly reverse-chron order: Verdict & Post-Trial Analysis: Scott Graham of Law.com was on the case, as always: Intel Escapes Second VLSI Trial With Zero Damages (subscription required) Cara Salvatore of Law360 covered the verdict, as […]
Judge Albright is currently delivering preliminary instructions to the jury in ESW-Roku; you can dial-in to listen to proceedings as we detailed here last week. In the meantime, here’s our link roundup of last week’s doings in the Waco Division: We noted in our prior link roundup that the trial in the True Chemical v. […]
The Waco Division continues to be a topic of much attention in legal media: As we noted previously, the Federal Circuit recently ruled that Judge Albright did not abuse his discretion in transferring the True Chemical v. Performance Chemical case from the Midland-Odessa Division to the Waco Division. Note, however, that in connection with a […]
As far as this blog is concerned, the most significant media coverage of the Waco Division this week was Scott Graham’s Q&A with Mark and Joe for Texas Lawyer, regarding How the Western District of Texas Became a Patent Hot Spot (subscription required). But of course, the Waco Division received other attention, as well: For […]
Smörgåsbord & Link Roundup
We didn’t have time to get to it on Friday, so instead we’ll begin this week with a link roundup, with mini-summaries of our own layered in. The VLSI-Intel trial may be done, but Waco Division media coverage has slowed barely, if at all. Here’s what came across our radar over the past couple weeks […]
VLSI-Intel Link Roundup!
We’ll close our formal VLSI-Intel wall-to-wall coverage with what we hope is a comprehensive collection of stories about VLSI v. Intel from the past couple weeks (including repeating a few links we shared previously): First, working backward in time, here’s coverage of the verdict and post-trial analysis: Joe spoke with Scott Graham of Law.com immediately […]
VLSI-Intel Mini-Link Roundup
Things move fast during trial, so we’ll bring you some mini-link roundups during the week specific to VLSI v. Intel, as coverage warrants. For additional first-day coverage, in no particular order we bring you: From Tommy Witherspoon of the hometown Waco Tribune: Waco court hosts billion-dollar patent case against Intel From Bloomberg Law, Matthew Bultman’s […]