Kind of a funny order from Judge Noreika last week:
ORAL ORDER Setting Telephonic Scheduling Conference - The Court has reviewed the parties' proposed scheduling order and is disappointed that the parties have not been able to come to agreement on some of the disputes, which at first blush seem silly . . .
Eos Positioning Systems, Inc. v. ProStar Geocorp, Inc., C.A. No. 22-201-MN, D.I. 27 (D. Del.).
What were the silly disputes, you ask? Here they are, according to the letter filed with the draft scheduling order (D.I. 26-1):
- Whether to include "to the extent any exist" after "[defendant] shall produce sales figures for the accused product(s).”
- Whether the case is …