Eli Mazour‘s Clause 8 Podcast, The Voice of IP, has returned for Season 2, featuring all new exclusive interviews with the intellectual property community’s biggest names.
If you’ve ever wondered how and why Judge Alan D Albright of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas became America’s go-to judge for patent cases, you don’t want to miss this episode of Clause 8.
Judge Albright is as transparent in this episode as he is in the courtroom. So if you’re wondering how to make your case more efficient, how you can clerk for him, or why it’s easier to predict where to be struck by lightning than how to become a district court judge, don’t miss him on this week’s Clause 8.
On this podcast:
- Judge Albright’s love for patent cases & why it’s not really work for him
- Plan to handle growing docket of patent cases
- Getting into patent law as the youngest magistrate judge in history
- Why many district court judges aren’t interested in handling patent cases and how it impacts their resolution
- Example set by Judge John Ward and Eastern District of Texas
- Why patent owners deserve a jury trial
- Picking effective patent litigation counsel
- Discovery disputes
- Approach to attorneys filing transfer motions
- Advice to trial attorneys for preparing and being effective
- Navigating Federal Circuit decisions and focusing on being a good trial judge
- Following press coverage & commitment to transparency
- Clerking for Judge Alan Albright
- Why you shouldn’t – or possibly should – wear python boots to the courthouse
You can subscribe and listen to the full episode on your favorite podcasting app and learn more at voiceofIP.com. New episodes will drop every Tuesday!