AlmondNet, Inc. and Intent IQ, LLC v. Oracle Corporation

Filing 7

TRANSFER ORDER. Case reassigned to Judge Alan D Albright for all proceedings. Judge Kathleen Cardone no longer assigned to case. Signed by Judge Kathleen Cardone. (cav)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS WACO DIVISION ALMONDNET, INC. and INTENT IQ, LLC, Plaintiffs, v. ORACLE CORPORATION, Defendant. § § § § § § § § § § CAUSE NO. WA-24-CV-303-KC ORDER On this day, the Court considered the case. Prior to filing this lawsuit, Plaintiffs filed at least three others in this district, each alleging infringement of one or more of the same patents in suit here. 1 To facilitate efficient docket management, all related cases are ordinarily allocated to the Judge that was randomly assigned the earliest-numbered related case. 2 Therefore, and with the consent of the receiving Judge, the Court finds that this case should be transferred to the docket of Judge Alan D Albright. Accordingly, the Court ORDERS that the above-captioned case is TRANSFERRED to the docket of United States District Judge Alan D Albright. Pursuant to the most recent Order Assigning Business of the Court, the Clerk shall credit this case to the percentage of business of the receiving Judge. SO ORDERED. See AlmondNet, Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., cause no. 6:21-cv-897 (W.D. Tex. Aug. 27, 2021); AlmondNet, Inc. v. Services LLC, cause no. 6:21-cv-898 (W.D. Tex. Aug. 27, 2021); AlmondNet, Inc. v. Roku, Inc., cause no. 6:21-cv-731 (W.D. Tex.). 1 See Amended Plan for Random and Direct Assignment of Cases in Multi-Judge Divisions, § IV(A) (“Related Cases”), available at 20Assignment%20of%20Cases%20in%20Multi-Judge%20Divisions.pdf. 2 SIGNED on this 5th day of June, 2024. KATHLEEN CARDONE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE ACCEPTED: ____________________________________ ALAN D ALBRIGHT UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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