Charles E. Hill & Associates, Inc. v. Abt Electronics, Inc. et al
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|April 4, 2012
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER - GRANTS the Motion to Compel and ORDERS Plaintiff to produce draft license agreements and communications, if any, between Hill and third parties relating to the negotiation of license agr eements entered into to resolve past claims under the patents-in-suitwithin twenty-one (21) days of this Order. Pursuant to the existing Protective Order, such documents shall be designated "Outside Counsel Eyes Only Confidential Information.". Signed by Judge Rodney Gilstrap on 4/3/2012. (ch, )
|January 10, 2012
MEMORANDUM OPINION and ORDER - The Court adopts the constructions set forth in this opinion for the disputed terms of the patents-in-suit. The parties are ordered that they may not refer, directly or indirectly, to each others claim construction posi tions in the presence of the jury. Likewise, the parties are ordered to refrain from mentioning any portion of this opinion, other than the actual definitions adopted by the Court, in the presence of the jury. Any reference to claim construction proceedings is limited to informing the jury of the definitions adopted by the Court. Signed by Judge Rodney Gilstrap on 1/10/12. (ehs, )
|September 20, 2010
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS for 90 Report and Recommendations denying # 48 motion to dismiss. Signed by Judge T. John Ward on 9/20/10. (ehs, )
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