WDTX Patent Cases Fall After New Rules, But Don't Disappear

By Ryan Davis (September 2, 2022, 9:58 PM EDT) -- One month after the establishment of new Western District of Texas rules that mean patent cases filed in Waco are no longer automatically assigned to Judge Alan Albright, the number of new patent suits in the district has dropped noticeably, but hasn't dried up altogether....

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