Cambridge University Press et al v. Patton et al
ORDER that the Judge has signed the 278 Proposed Pretrial Order. The Court notes that both parties shall file separate findings of fact and conclusions of law. In addition to these findings of fact and conclusions of law, the Court DIRECTS Plaintiffs to file a verbatim statement of the injunctive order they seek in this case no later than May 11, 2011. Plaintiffs may state several alternative versions if they wish to do so. Signed by Judge Orinda D. Evans on 5/2/2011. (ank)
FILED IN CHAM
U.S.D.C. - Atlanta
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS;
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, INC.;
SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC.
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CIVIL ACTION NO.
MARK P. BECKER, in his official
capacity as President of
Georgia State University; RISA
PALM, in her official capacity
as Senior Vice President for
Academic Affairs and Provost of
Georgia State University; J.L.
ALBERT, in his official
ca~acity as Georgia State
Unlverslty Assoclate Provost
for Information Systems and
Technology; NANCY SEAMANS, in
her officlal capacity as Dean
of Libraries at Georgia State
University; ROBERT F. HATCHER,
in his official capacity as
Vice Chair of the Board of
Regents of the University
System of Georgia; KENNETH R.
BERNARD, JR., JAMES A BISHOP,
FREDERICK E. COOPER, LARRY R.
ELLIS, FELTON JENKINS, W.
MANSFIELD JENNINGS, JR., JAMES
R. JOLLY, DONALD M. LEEBERN,
JR., WILLIAM NESMITH, JR.,
DOREEN STILES POITEVINT, WILLIS
J. POTTS, JR., WANDA YANCEY
RODWELL, KESSEL STELLING, JR.,
BENJAMIN J. TARBUTTON, III,
RICHARD L. TUCKER, ALLAN VIGIL,
and LARRY WALKER, in their
official capacities as members
of the Boara of Regents of the
University System of Georgia
This civil case is before the Court on a joint submission of a
Proposed Consolidated Pretrial Order [Doc. 278].
Having reviewed the
Proposed Order, the Court notes that the undersigned has signed the
attention is called to the fact that under Local Rule 16.4(B) (29),
"[a]ny attempt to reserve a right to amend or add to any part of the
pretrial order after the pretrial order has been filed shall be
invalid and of no effect and shall not be binding upon any party or
the court, unless specifically authorized in writing by the court."
The Court notes that both parties shall file separate findings
of fact and conclusions of law.
In addition to these findings of
fact and conclusions of law, the Court DIRECTS Plaintiffs to file a
verbatim statement of the injunctive order they seek in this case no
later than May 11,
Plaintiffs may state several alternative
versions if they wish to do so.
SO ORDERED, this
day of May, 2011.
ORINDA D. EVANS
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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