Monthly Archives: December 2017

Remembering My High School Law Teacher, Walter “Wally” Lubelczyk (1951-2017)

I learned about a month ago that my high school law teacher, Walter Lubelczyk, passed away at the young age of 66 after a courageous battle with a stroke. Mr. Lubelczyk taught high school constitutional law to thousands of students in … Continue reading

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PTAB Rejects Sovereign Immunity Defense In View Of Pending Litigation Brought By Sovereign

Proving that even a broken clock is right twice a day, the PTAB in Ericsson v. Regents of the University of Minnesota (decision available here), rejected Minnesota’s sovereign-immunity defense to PTAB proceedings instituted by Ericsson (note: my firm represents Ericsson, … Continue reading

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Magistrate Judge Byrant

D. Gordon Bryant, Jr. has served as a Northern District of Texas Magistrate Judge since August 1, 2016. His chambers are in Lubbock. According to the Northern District’s Official News Release (available here): Mr. Bryant received a Bachelor of Business … Continue reading

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Magistrate Judge Ray

Hal Roberts Ray, Jr. has served as a Northern District of Texas Magistrate Judge since June 2016. His chambers are in Wichita Fallas. According to the Northern District’s Official News Release (available here): Mr. Ray received a Bachelor of Arts … Continue reading

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