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Albright Names NPE Lawyer As New Magistrate Judge For Waco

With the transformation of his Waco courtroom into the venue for more than 25% of all patent cases in the United States, Judge Albright can’t keep up with all the business he’s “drummed up” for his courtroom.  He’s made heavy use of technical advisors—one of whom made more than $700,000 in the first half of…

Despite Patentee Protestations, It Isn’t Expertise That’s Bringing Plaintiffs to Waco

The meteoric rise of the Waco Division’s patent caseload is widely understood to be due to plaintiff-friendly policies on scheduling, transfer, and motions to dismiss. But recently, some patentees have taken a different tack.  They’ve claimed that the reason cases are headed there is because litigants want to take advantage of Judge Albright’s experience as…