Judge Leonard Stark recently denied a motion to stay pending PTO reexamination of the patents-in-suit in a case where discovery is closed, the Court has issued a claim construction order, and a trial is set for May 12, 2014. Intellectual Ventures I LLC v. Xilinx, Inc., C.A. No. 10-1065-LPS, Memo. Or. at 1 (D. Del. Mar. 5, 2014). The defendants in the case first filed a motion to stay in August 2011, which was denied in February 2012. In denying the second motion to stay, Judge Stark explained: “Many of the factors that weighed against a stay in August 2011 continue to weigh against a stay now. The Court and the parties have expended substantial resources in bringing the case to this late stage of the litigation. Although it is true that the reexaminations at the PTO are further along than they were in August 2011, it will likely take another two to three years before a final decision on validity makes its way through the Federal Circuit.” Id. at 3. Furthermore, Judge Stark explained that “the marginal simplification that may result from staying this case does not outweigh the stage of litigation and undue prejudice factors,” particularly because “Plaintiffs have . . . agreed not to amend any of [the asserted] claims in the ongoing reexaminations proceedings. The possibility that these claims will eventually be invalidated as a result of the reexamations is too speculative to be accorded great weight under the circumstances.” Id. at 4.