TimesLines, Inc v. Facebook, Inc.

Filing 115

MINUTE entry before Honorable John W. Darrah: For the reasons in the attached memorandum opinion and order, defendant's motion for summary judgment 79 is denied as to plaintiff's amended complaint and defendant's counterclaims, with the exception of defendant's second cause of action in its counterclaim, which seeks, in part, an entry of the express abandonment of plaintiff's PTO application, Serial No. 85/432,026. Plaintiff concedes the PTO deemed this application is abandoned; therefore, summary judgment is entered in favor of defendant with regards to the abandonment of plaintiff's application, Serial No. 85/432,026. Enter Memorandum Opinion and Order. [For further detail see separate order(s).] Mailed notice (jmp, )

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Order Form (01/2005) United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois Name of Assigned Judge or Magistrate Judge John W. Darrah CASE NUMBER 11 C 6867 CASE TITLE Sitting Judge if Other than Assigned Judge 4/1/2013 DATE TimesLines, Inc vs. Facebook, Inc. DOCKET ENTRY TEXT For the reasons in the attached memorandum opinion and order, defendant’s motion for summary judgment is denied as to plaintiff’s amended complaint and defendant’s counterclaims, with the exception of defendant’s second cause of action in its counterclaim, which seeks, in part, an entry of the express abandonment of plaintiff’s PTO application, Serial No. 85/432,026. Plaintiff concedes the PTO deemed this application is abandoned; therefore, summary judgment is entered in favor of defendant with regards to the abandonment of plaintiff’s application, Serial No. 85/432,026. Enter Memorandum Opinion and Order. O [ For further detail see separate order(s).] Docketing to mail notices. Courtroom Deputy Initials: 11C6867 TimesLines, Inc vs. Facebook, Inc. MF Page 1 of 1

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