Waiting for SCOTUS to Rule in Octane Fitness for Exceptional Case Guidance

Dr. Paula Small v. Implant Direct MFG, LLC d/b/a Implant Direct, LLC

Case Number: 1:06-cv-00683-NRB (Dkt. 349)

Judge Buchwald authorized defendant to file a motion for attorney's fees within 14 days of a Supreme Court ruling in Octane Fitness v. Icon Health and Fitness.

 

Topics:  Attorney's Fees, Exceptional Case, Octane Fitness v. ICON, SCOTUS, Small v Implant Direct

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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