Chief Judge Stark recently denied a plaintiff’s Rule 60 motion to set aside a jury verdict. Power Integrations, Inc. v. Fairchild Semiconductor Int’l Inc., et al., C.A. No. 08-309-LPS (D. Del. Jan. 13, 2015). Judge Stark found the motion was untimely, coming more than 30 months after the verdict and 19 months after the Court’s rulings on post-trial motions. Further, the Court found that the plaintiff had not identified any new evidence that existed at trial but were not discoverable at that time. Rather, the Court explained the motion was based on evidence which came into existence after trial through events occurring in a related case and reexamination.