“The minute order on the November 5 dismissal of the bench trial originally scheduled to commence later that day was a dismissal with prejudice,” Mueller reports. “But Apple filed a bench memorandum after the hearing and three days later, Judge Barbara Crabb reaffirmed and explained in writing here decision to dismiss the case, but semi-surprisingly opened the door to reconsideration on the question of prejudice, saying that ‘[t]he court will decide whether the dismissal is with or without prejudice after the parties have completed briefing on the issue.'”
Mueller reports, “Yesterday Motorola filed its reply brief to Apple’s memorandum…[in which] Motorola once again proposed binding arbitration as a path to a solution. I’m not sure that this proposal is serious.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]