The District Court, in a rare occurrence, granted a motion to transfer to the Eastern District of Wisconsin. .
The Court seemed persuaded to transfer these cases because related litigation was already pending in Wisconsin between the same parties and involving the same patents. Discovery in that litigation had already begun and the litigation was well underway.
Although related litigation does not always buy your ticket to transfer, in this case (along with the fact that there was very little connection to Delaware other than some of the parties’ incorporation here) it seemed enough.