Cambridge University Press et al v. Patton et al
NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT TO FILE ELECTRONICALLY pursuant to Standing Order 04-01 as to Richard William Miller re 343 Conclusions of Law and 342 Findings of Fact (ank)
United States District Court
Northern District of Georgia
2211 United States Courthouse
75 Spring Street, S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3361
James N. Hatten
District Court Executive
and Clerk of Court
May 17, 2011
Cambridge University Press et al v. Patton et al - 1:08-cv-1425-ODE
Documents 342 and 343 - Defendants' Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law
Notification of Requirement to File Electronically
On or after July 15, 2005, you filed pleadings with our Court that did not comply with the
Court’s Standing Order 04-01, dated June 1, 2004, Electronic Case Filing and Administrative
Procedures. Paragraph 2. of that Order provides as follows:
2. Effective July 15, 2005, absent good cause shown and the permission of the Court, attorneys
in good standing admitted to practice before the Bar of this Court, to include attorneys admitted pro hac
vice, will file, sign, and verify documents only by electronic means to the extent and in the manner
authorized by this Standing Order, Local Rule 5.1 A. NDGa., and the administrative procedures attached
hereto as Exhibit A., Administrative procedures for Filing, Signing, and Verifying Pleadings and Papers
by Electronic Means in Civil and Criminal Cases in the United States District Court for the Northern
District of Georgia (Administrative Procedures).
This letter is to bring the Court’s Order to your attention, and to request that any future filings
comply with its provisions. Failure to file by electronic means in the future will result in the issue of an
Order to Show Cause.
Provided you have registered with my office to receive the login and password required for
electronic filing, my staff can assist you in filing electronically at the Court. If you have not yet
registered, a registration form can be found and completed on the Court’s website at
www.gand.uscourts.gov. Please call 404-215-1655 should you have questions regarding this letter or
other matters dealing with electronic case filing.