Judge Sue L. Robinson recently transferred a case between two Delaware corporations to the Northern District of California. Fortinet, Inc. v. FireEye, Inc., Civ. No. 12-1066-SLR (D. Del. May 16, 2013). Both parties were headquartered in Northern California. The plaintiff was significantly larger than the defendant, and had previously been involved at least five times in litigation in the Northern District of California. Id. at 1. The defendant, on the other hand, had no federal litigation history. Id. at 1-2. The Court recognized that the plaintiff’s preferred venue “remains a significant factor” in the Jumara analysis, id. at 4, but found that on balance, the case presented “extenuating circumstances”, including that both parties were headquartered in Northern California, the defendant was smaller and had no federal litigation experience, and the plaintiff was pursuing, in addition to its patent infringement claims, California state law claims for misappropriation of trade secrets and intentional interference with contractual relations and prospective economic advantage. Id. at 7.