In Interdigital Communications, Inc., et al. v. ZTE Corporation, et al., C.A. No. 13-009-RGA (D. Del. Apr. 17, 2015), Judge Richard G. Andrews considered Defendants’ request to exclude Plaintiffs’ expert’s testimony with respect to certain statistical conclusions, arguing that the relevant testimony had never provided bases for his conclusions. The Court concluded that “the gist of [the expert’s] testimony was disclosed in his expert reports,” but certain mathematical analysis presented at the Daubert hearing had not been. Id. at 2. Consequently, the expert could “testify about his theory generally, but cannot engage in mathematical analysis unless asked on cross-examination.” Id.