In a recent oral order, Judge Leonard P. Stark made a number of rulings relating to plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction and the hearing on the motion. M/A-Com Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. v. Laird Technologies, Inc., C.A. No. 14-181-LPS (D. Del. May 28, 2014). The Court denied the defendant’s requests to postpone and to take depositions prior to the hearing, explaining that “the circumstances giving rise to the preliminary injunction motion justify maintaining the case on the present schedule.” The Court also denied the defendant’s motion to strike supplemental declarations and arguments from plaintiff’s reply. “The Court is further persuaded that Plaintiff’s reply brief properly responded to Defendant’s answering brief, that Plaintiff could not anticipate all of the arguments Defendant would make in its answering brief, and Plaintiff is entitled to use evidence obtained during discovery to support its preliminary injunction motion.” The Court did grant defendant’s request to file a sur-reply brief in response.