Judge Sue L. Robinson recently considered plaintiff’s request to strike three supplemental expert reports, and with respect to one report, plaintiff’s alternative request for “follow-up” discovery. Aeritas, LLC v. United Alaska Air Grp., Inc., C.A. No. 11-967-SLR (D. Del. Oct. 25, 2013). With respect to the report for which plaintiff made the alternative request, Judge Robinson denied both plaintiff’s request to strike and the alternative request for follow-up discovery. Id. at 2. Judge Robinson found that plaintiff already had an opportunity to pursue related discovery, noting that “defendants timely shared with plaintiff the information they obtained through their discovery efforts.” Id. Judge Robinson further explained that “without any real indication that plaintiff’s proposed follow-up discovery will yield any substantive results, the court finds the prospect of prejudice too speculative to justify re-opening discovery at this stage of the proceedings.” Id. Judge Robinson also denied plaintiff’s request to strike a different report, noting that it was responsive to another expert’s report. Id. Judge Robinson, however, granted plaintiff’s request to strike one expert’s supplemental report, explaining that it was “nothing more than an effort to rectify his opening report by more clearly articulating his opinions, something he should have done in the first instance.” Id.