By John Jackson
Over the past few years, John has made countless trips to various federal courthouses in the Eastern District of Texas. Whether in town for a trial, a hearing or a case management conference, John will inevitably try a new restaurant. He has sampled a wide variety of fare within the Eastern District of Texas boundary. Check out his top favorites.
By Carl Butzer and Jason Reinsch
Litigants in the Eastern District of Texas should consider the courts’ perspectives on the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) and other e-discovery principles.
By Tom Adolph
February 9, 2009, the Federal Circuit continued its struggles with the new obviousness standards for patents announced by the Supreme Court in its April 2007 KSR decision. This time, the Federal Circuit reversed a sua sponte summary judgment of validity and remanded with instructions that the district court grant summary judgment that the claims are obvious.