Judge's Testimony Is OK In Apple, Cisco Fee Row, Court Told

Law360 (September 18, 2019, 6:27 PM EDT) -- Straight Path IP Group Inc. urged a California federal judge Tuesday not to exclude a retired judge's testimony as it tries to fend off a bid by Apple and Cisco for nearly $10 million in attorney fees.

Straight Path said Apple and Cisco failed to provide the court with a sufficient basis to disregard or downplay testimony from retired U.S. Circuit Judge Paul R. Michel, which Straight Path says rebuts its rivals' arguments that they should get attorney fees because the case was brought in bad faith.

"Nothing about his testimony suggests that Apple or Cisco has shown that this case...

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