The original version of this report was published in the weekly IP briefing Skilled in the Art.

International Business Machines Corp. hasn’t gotten very far yet in its patent litigation against Zillow Inc. Ten months after Big Blue asserted seven patents covering a variety of technologies, the primary development is that U.S. District Judge Josephine Staton of Southern California transferred the case to the Western District of Washington. Though not before U.S. Magistrate Judge John Early scolded IBM for its “’Ready—Fire—Aim’ approach to discovery.”

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