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Last Week in Texas with Michael Smith | Episode 4

June 23 @ 12:00 am

Judge Albright continues to provide detailed guidance on the often maddening day-to-day tasks of patent litigation. This guidance can both streamline a case and reduce the costs of litigation—but only if attorneys follow it. For example, we get detailed guidance on the court’s approach to court costs, discovery of unnamed products, protective order changes, and counting interrogatories. We even get an interesting case on establishing venue by pointing to employees working at home. And maybe the most illustrative cases this time come from a pair of cases discussing motions to stay—one from Waco and one from Austin. Is a motion for preliminary injunction going to be a prerequisite going forward?

 

Details

Date:
June 23
Time:
12:00 am
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
MCLE
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ORc_SDTdKYcuY4IaKRyna_Q9LCAb8An1/edit

Venue

Organizer

Phone:
510-643-5518
Email:
natcoletta@berkeley.edu
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Other

Total MCLE Credits Offered:
0.5
Course Dates:
June 23