Illinois and New Jersey district judges agree to disagree
From granting stays and summary judgments to providing opportunities for young litigators, US district court judges emphasise the importance of local rules and personal policies in patent litigation, and share tips for practising in their districts
The first point of difference between the judges concerned pre-hearing tutorials, in a discussion at the American Conference Institute’s April 29 event on paragraph IV disputes at the Conrad in New York City.
Renee Marie Bumb, New Jersey district...
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