Monthly Archives: May 2012

Good Technology Prevails in Protective Order Dispute

On May 14, 2012, Magistrate Judge Renee Harris Toliver resolved a protective order dispute in Good Technology’s favor.  A copy of the opinion is available here.  Defendants Little Red Wagon Technologies and Fixmo U.S. had wanted one of their employees … Continue reading

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Judge Godbey Denies Motion to Dismiss in Patent Infringement Case

In Displeigh v. Samsung Electronics America, Samsung filed a motion to dismiss Displeigh’s complaint aruing that Displeigh had not specifically identified the Samsung products that allegedly infringe.  Instead, Displeigh accused ““devices . . . that operate as picture frames configured to … Continue reading

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Judge Kinkeade Denies Transfer Motion in Silver Screen v. Dealer Impact

On May 16, 2012, Judge Kinkeade denied Defendant’s transfer motion in Silver Screen Tele-Realitiy v. Dealer Impact Systems.  A copy of the decision is available here.  Bottom line:  Where the Plaintiff resided in the Northern District of Texas, the transfer factors … Continue reading

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Judge Means Grants Sanctions in Par Systems v. iPhoton Solutions For Violation of Protective Order’s Prosecution Bar

On April 17, 2012, Judge Means granted the plaintiffs’ motion for sanctions in Par Systems v. iPhoton Solutions after defendants’ counsel violated the prosecution bar of the protective order.  (Order available here.)  In patent infringement cases, Courts routinely enter protective … Continue reading

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