Posts Tagged: stay


District Court may consider burden of litigation in deciding whether to stay a patent case

Murata argued that the district court should have relied on the traditional three-factor test, which does not consider the burden of litigation on the court and the …

Will Congress Succumb to the Sirens’ Song and Take-Over the Judiciary’s Case Management Role in Patent Litigation?

A troubling fundamental aspect of the proposed mandatory stay is that it would chip away at the quid pro quo of the patent bargain. To ensure the …
By Ron Katznelson, Ph.D.
8 years ago 7

Stay Ordered: Paul Allen Patent Litigation Takes Abrupt Detour

The focus of the litigation now shifts to the Patent Office. How Allen’s patent claims will fare in that forum is unknown, but certainly his odds …
By Scott M. Daniels
10 years ago 3

To Stay or Deny? Recent Motions to Stay Proceedings Pending Reexamination and USPTO Statistics

Only one court (District of Minnesota) seemed to give much consideration to the argument that plaintiff would be unduly prejudiced by defendant’s continuing allegedly infringing activity …
By Tara J. Williams
12 years ago 1

Patent Litigation Stayed Before PTO Grants Reexam Request

Just last week I wrote an article about district courts being increasingly reluctant to order a stay of a pending patent infringement litigation even when the United …
By Gene Quinn
12 years ago 4