Yesterday, Judge Thynge issued a memorandum order on a motion for reconsideration in Robert Bosch, LLC. v. Pylon Manufacturing Corp., C.A. No. 08-542-SLR (D. Del. Mar. 19, 2010). Bosch had moved for reconsideration of a December 23, 2009 discovery motion, arguing that the Court had suffered from a “misapprehension of the facts.” Id. at 2.
In the brief memorandum order, the Court denied the motion for reconsideration, clarifying that it had not, in fact, misunderstood the facts, and that Bosch had based its reconsideration argument on a “selective quote from the opinion [that] is inaccurate and incomplete,” and that the “cherry-picked sentence relied upon by Bosch” was taken out of context. Id. at 4.