The magistrate judge granted in part defendant's motion to limit the number of asserted claims where plaintiff identified 247 claims across 10 patents. "[Defendant] points to the parties' prior litigation history [at the ITC]. According to [defendant], [plaintiff] accuses the same products here as in the ITC case. . . . As a result, [plaintiff] knows how these products work, what they do, and should have an adequate understanding of its case to narrow the 247 claims. . . . The fact that the parties have recently engaged in litigation over the products at issue here weighs in favor of limiting [plaintiff's] representative claims . . . and the court orders that [plaintiff] shall limit its asserted claims to no more than seventy."
Unwired Planet, LLC v. Apple Inc., 3-12-cv-00505 (NVD April 17, 2013, Order) (Cooke, M.J.).