Court Declines To Exercise Pendent Venue Over A Patent Case And Denies Section 1400(b) Discovery
In a June 12, 2018, order , Judge Haywood S. Gilliam, Jr. granted the motion of defendant Stance Beauty Labs to dismiss for improper venue, rejecting plaintiff Olivia Garden's request that the court exercise pendent venue over its claims. The court found that pendent venue was unavailable for patent claims, despite being brought alongside related claims that the plaintiff brought against a codefendant.
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