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Raylon Atty Can't Ax Sanctions In Frivolous Patent Row

Law360, New York (September 22, 2015, 8:54 PM EDT) -- A Texas federal judge refused Monday to upend an order imposing nearly $29,000 in sanctions against an attorney involved in patent infringement litigation brought by Raylon LLC that was deemed frivolous, saying there was no “manifest error” in the decision.

In a brief order, U.S. District Judge Robert W. Schroeder III denied attorney Carl R. Roth and The Roth Law Firm’s motion to reconsider the May 4 ruling.

Roth, who was found to have participated as counsel in frivolous litigation on behalf of now-insolvent Raylon, argued the previous judge erred because he failed to describe the sanctioned conduct.

Judge Schroeder said...

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