I am not, as a rule, a giggler.
However, the timeline of events below—relatable in their banality, painful in their recounting—did elicit an ungentlemanly outburst when I read it this morning.
August 16 - Judge Hall holds a hearing on a 101 motion in Innovative Memory Systems Inc. v. Micron Technology Inc., C.A. No. 14-1480-RGA-JLH
August 17 - The defendant submits a succinct, 1-page, notice of subsequent authority, citing a recent 101 opinion from Judge Andrews.
August 19 - Plaintiff files a 1.5 page response to the notice
August 29 - Defendant responds with a 1.5 page response to the response (sur-response?)
August 31 - Plaintiff responds again about this same opinion (a sur-sur-response?)
September 6 …