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vineyardstock   Saturday, 07/09/11 11:03:56 AM
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Venue and Judge(s)
Litigation Information

Here is some basic information on the venue and particular judge(s) who are involved in the litigation. If you have time, it is interesting reading. Those of us that went through law school may find it interesting anyway.

Remember, venue and judge(s) do matter, my knowledge of the law is very limited in the arena of intellectual property, so I'm afraid I am of little help here.

Ct. Background Info:

Multiple Patent Infringement Suits Brought by Greenshift Consolidated in Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana - A multidistrict litigation panel has consolidated eleven patent infringement lawsuits with the case pending beforeSenior Judge Larry J. McKinneyand Magistrate Judge Debra McVicker Lynchin theSouthern District of Indiana. The cases, filed byGreenshift Corp.involve Patent No.7,601,858, titled METHOD OF PROCESSING ETHANOL BYPRODUCTS AND RELATED SUBSYSTEMS and issued by the U.S. Patent Office. The transfer order found that Indianapolis was a "readily accessible district near many of the alleged direct infringers ... which are scattered throughout the Midwest." The case no. is 1:2010cv08003.

Below are case management time tracks listed for the U.S. Dist. Ct - Southern Indiana (basically they are instructions for parties involved);

Case Management Tracks 1 & 2

Case Management Track 3

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