Perfect 10, Inc. v. Google, Inc.

Filing 8

Filed order MEDIATION (CLR): The order entered by this court on September 15, 2010 is vacated. The following briefing schedule shall control this appeal: appellant shall file the opening brief and excerpts of record on or before October 19, 2010; appellee shall file an answering brief on or before December 14, 2010, or 56 days after service of the opening brief, whichever is earlier; appellant may file an optional reply brief within 37 days of service of Google’s answering brief. This case remains in the Mediation Program for purposes of case management. As such, all requests for extensions of time shall be addressed to the undersigned. [7496028] (AF)

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P e r f e c t 10, Inc. v. Google, Inc. Doc. 8 F IL E D U N IT E D STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT OCT 04 2010 MOLLY C. DWYER, CLERK U . S . C O U R T OF APPE A L S P E R F E C T 10, INC., Plaintiff-counter-defendant-Appellant, v. G O O G L E , INC., a corporation, N o . 10-56316 D .C . No. 2:04-cv-09484-AHM-SH C en tral District of California, Los Angeles ORDER Defendant-counter-claimant-Appellee. T h e order entered by this court on September 15, 2010 is vacated. T h e following briefing schedule shall control this appeal: appellant shall file th e opening brief and excerpts of record on or before October 19, 2010; appellee s h a ll file an answering brief on or before December 14, 2010, or 56 days after s er v ic e of the opening brief, whichever is earlier; appellant may file an optional r ep ly brief within 37 days of service of Google's answering brief. T h is case remains in the Mediation Program for purposes of case m an ag em en t. As such, all requests for extensions of time shall be addressed to the u n d e r s ig n e d . F O R THE COURT By: C. Lewis Ross Circuit Mediator CLR/Mediation Dockets.Justia.com

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