Court does not quash subpoena directed to patent prosecution law firm

Robocast, Inc. v. Microsoft Corporation, C.A. No. 13-104-RGA, April 12, 2013.

Andrews, J.  Motion to quash subpoena is denied.

Law firm that prosecuted the patent at issue moved to quash a third party subpoena for testimony and documents.  The motion was denied.  The bare assertion that nine days was not a reasonable amount of time does not meet the movant’s burden, movant failed to demonstrate how the information sought will be cumulative or intrusive, and a blanket assertion of privilege is insufficient. 

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