Markmans In Madison — An Endangered Species?

Law360, New York (August 11, 2011, 1:02 PM EDT) -- Litigating a patent case in the Western District of Wisconsin, always an interesting prospect, has just gotten more interesting, especially in cases before Judge Barbara Crabb. The WDWI has earned its reputation as a sophisticated venue for patent litigation over the years due to its smart judges, substantial number of filed patent cases, and local rules that make the WDWI a true “rocket docket.”

And now, former Chief Judge Crabb, who currently enjoys senior status, has decided to do away with a mainstay of nearly all...
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