In a recent Memorandum Order, Judge Sue L. Robinson granted defendant’s motion to strike a paragraph of plaintiff’s answer to defendant’s counterclaims. Netgear, Inc. v. Ruckus Wireless, Inc., C.A. No. 10-999-SLR (D. Del. Oct. 2, 2013). The paragraph contained “a litany of ‘admissions’ which go far beyond defendant’s description of” the technology at issue contained in its counterclaim allegations. Id. at 3-4. Furthermore, “[p]laintiff’s answer includes material that was the subject of motions for summary judgment and claim construction,” including assertions that were grounded in disputed constructions of a claim term. Id. at 4-5. The Court explained that “[p]laintiff cannot legitimately argue that the material contained in [the paragraph] is not improper and goes far beyond the scope of defendant’s allegation. Plaintiff’s ‘admissions’ contain issues of material fact over which the parties’ experts disagree. To allow plaintiff’s answer to stand as written would cause prejudice to defendant by misrepresenting the record.” Id. at 5. As a result, the Court granted the motion to strike this paragraph of plaintiff’s answer.