EDTX Judge Ships Juniper IP Suit To 'More Convenient' Calif.

Law360 (March 9, 2018, 9:03 PM EST) -- An Eastern District of Texas judge agreed Thursday to transfer to California federal court a sprawling patent infringement suit filed by patent-holding company Blue Spike against Juniper Networks Inc., deeming the West Coast locale to be a “clearly more convenient forum.”

U.S. Magistrate Judge K. Nicole Mitchell ordered that the case be transferred to the Northern District of California because a majority of Juniper’s witnesses live in that district and because much of the evidence in the case is expected to be found in the Golden State.

“The bulk of the relevant evidence in this action will likely come from defendant...

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