Hafco Foundry and Machine Company, Incorporated v. GMS Mine Repair and Maintenance, Inc.
||Hafco Foundry and Machine Company, Incorporated
||GMS Mine Repair and Maintenance, Inc.
||December 15, 2015
||West Virginia Southern District Court
||David A. Faber
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|June 26, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting the 115 JOINT MOTION by GMS Mine Repair and Maintenance, Inc., Hafco Foundry and Machine Company, Inc. to Stay Pending Appeal. In granting this motion, the court expresses no opinion on whether its Memorandum Opinion and Order dated 3/30/2018, ECF No. 99, is an appealable order. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 6/26/2018. (cc: attys) (mk)
|June 13, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION: By 59 ORDER entered on 4/26/2017, the court denied defendant's motion to construe the patent as invalid or, in the alternative, motion to adopt defendant's claim construction. The reasons for that decision, as to patent validity and claim construction, are more fully set forth herein. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 6/13/2018. (cc: counsel of record) (arb)
|April 12, 2018
AMENDED MEMORANDUM OPINION re: 103 Memorandum & Opinion: Setting forth the reasons for the Court's 98 Order entered 3/30/2018 wherein the Court GRANTED Hafco's MOTION for Permanent Injunction. Given the Court's 99 ruling on GMS 's MOTION for a New Trial, Hafco's MOTION for Enhanced Damages, Attorney Fees, Prejudgment Interest and Post-Judgment Interest was DENIED without prejudice. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 4/12/2018. (cc: counsel of record) (mk)
|April 10, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION setting forth the reasons for the court's 98 Order entered on 3/30/2018 wherein the court GRANTED Hafco's motion for preliminary injunction. Given the court's 99 ruling on GMS's motion for a new trial, Hafco's motion for enhanced damages, attorney fees, prejudgment interest and post-judgment interest was DENIED without prejudice. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 4/10/2018. (cc: counsel of record) (arb)
|March 30, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: Defendant's 94 motion for judgment as a matter of law or, in the alternative, a new trial is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part as follows: 1) The Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law is denied in its entire ty; and 2) The alternative Motion for a New Trial is granted insofar as the court grants a new trial nisi remittitur. Hafco shall agree to remit damages in excess of $0 by filing a document no later than Thursday, 4/5/2018, indicating that it agrees to the remittitur. Failure to do so will result in the Court granting a new trial on the issue of damages. The motion for a new trial is denied in all other respects. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 3/30/2018. (cc: attys) (mk)
|May 16, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: At the final status conference prior to jury selection, held on 5/15/2017, the court indicated that Plaintiff's 69 additional Motion in Limine would be GRANTED but that defendant could ask the court to revisit it s ruling should circumstances arise that made doing so proper. This ruling does not affect Defendant's right to assert a defense of patent invalidity under 35 U.S.C. § 282. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 5/16/2017. (cc: counsel of record) (mk)
|May 18, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER denying plaintiff's 12 MOTION to Transfer. Signed by Senior Judge David A. Faber on 5/18/2016. (cc: counsel of record) (arb)
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