VLSI v. Intel Updates & Link Roundup

UPDATED 7PM CST. First, a few short updates regarding VLSI v. Intel:  Although unusual, Central Texas sees occasional wintry weather—and we’re in the middle of some of it now. So because of ice on the roads (plus Monday’s federal holiday for George Washington’s birthday), voir dire before Magistrate Judge Manske was rescheduled from yesterday to […]

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Link Roundup!

Links!

So…the Link Update took an unscheduled January vacation—but now we’re back, proverbially tanned, rested, and ready. And at least for this go-round we’ll try to atone with a slightly-more-comprehensive-than-usual selection of links for you:  Scott Graham of Law.com cites Mark’s coverage of Judge Albright’s denial of SK hynix’s motion to transfer (and paraphrases The Clash) […]

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Link Roundup!

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 […]

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Link Roundup!

The last couple weeks have continued to generate coverage of Judge Albright and the Waco Division. Here are the highlights: First, here’s some coverage of Judge Albright’s and Federal Circuit Judge Kara Farnandez Stoll’s remarks from the Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute, from Dani Kass of Law360: Judges Stoll, Albright Dish On Litigating During […]

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Link Roundup!

Legal media generated a good handful of interesting Waco-related stories pertaining to the VLSI-Intel case over the past couple weeks: Last week on the blog Mark covered Judge Albright’s conditional “reverse”-transfer of the VLSI-Intel case back from Austin to Waco for trial. Intel has since petitioned the Federal Circuit for mandamus relief from that order; […]

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Link Roundup!

Mark spoke with Perry Cooper of Bloomberg Law about today’s updates to Judge Albright’s standing orders relating to transfer/venue discovery: West Texas Judge Shifts Patent Case Rules After Fed. Cir. Order (subscription required) Likewise, last Friday Joe shared his thoughts with Scott Graham of Law.com/Texas Lawyer about why CalTech might have chosen to sue Dell […]

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Link Roundup!

For this week’s link roundup, we’ll first share a couple other perspectives on Judge Albright’s most recent updates to his Order Governing Proceedings (v3.2): From the Winston & Strawn WacoWatch blog: Judge Albright’s Latest Changes to His Order Governing Procedures From Naman Howell’s Waco Patent Litigation Updates blog: OGP Version 3.2 Also, see Naman Howell’s […]

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Link Roundup!

Links!

There’s not one all-encompassing event dominating WDTX coverage this week—though watch next week for another set of anticipated updates to Judge Albright’s Order Governing Proceedings. Until then, here are some general IP-related links to tide you over: When the PTAB exercises its discretion not to institute an IPR is a topic of perpetual interest to […]

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Link Roundup!

We’ll eventually wean ourselves off of continuing coverage of the MV3-Roku trial, but until then we want to make sure you’re aware of a wide array of perspectives in the legal media at large: Sushila Chanana, Julia Kropp, and Ashleigh Nickerson of Farella Braun & Martel ponder the potential effects of last week’s defense verdict […]

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Link Roundup!

Judge Albright’s MV3-Roku trial (which we covered extensively this week and last) was the talk of much of the legal media. Some of the coverage we found most interesting was: Bloomberg Law presented “Four Takeaways” from the trial. Law360 covered openings last week (free given COVID-related content) and the final verdict this week (subscription-only). The […]

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