At plaintiff’s request, Judge Leonard P. Stark recently stayed a patent infringement lawsuit pending the court’s resolution of motions for summary judgment in related cases. St. Clair Intellectual Property Consultants, Inc. v. Motorola Mobility LLC, C.A. No. 11-1305-LPS (D. Del. Sept. 20, 2012). Plaintiff argued that a stay was appropriate because “multiple summary judgment motions, including several seeking to invalidate patents asserted here, [were] pending before this Court in related patent infringement cases.” Id. at 2. Defendant complained that a stay would prejudice it because the defendant had already complied with court ordered deadlines, particularly regarding claim construction, and plaintiff would have additional time “to refine its theories or strategies[.]” Id. at 3. Judge Stark did not think this prejudice rose to the level of undue, but noted that plaintiff’s failure to comply with the court’s scheduling order deadlines could be “most appropriately addressed, if necessary, in the context of Defendant’s recently-filed motion for sanctions.” Id.