Association For Molecular Pathology et al v. United States Patent and Trademark Office et al

Filing 239

ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Robert W. Sweet from Brian M. Poissant dated 1/26/2010 re: Counsel for defendants writes requesting that the Court approve the filing of a reply memorandum by Myriad and the Directors of up to 25 pages. ENDORSEMENT: So ordered. (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 1/26/2010) (tve)

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Association For Molecular Pathology et al v. United States Patent and Trademark Office et al Doc. 239 . . USDC S ~ N Y DOCffh8? i,F~T JONES DAY a2 E A S T ~ I S T ~ E E T N E W ~ NEWVORC K E": ' "" ELECTRUN)~A:,,L.~ RE-, - z=3x=- - ""nMLcn ~ z m = imi7.b~~ +3(4 Direcl Nunher. (212) 32H838 brnpobunr@mesday.urm January 26,2010 VIA FACSIMILE (212) 805-7925 Honorable Robert W.Sweet United States District Judge Unitcd States Courthouse 500 Pearl Street New York, New York 10007-1312 Re: Association for Molecular Pathology, et al. v. U.S. Patent and D a Judge Sweet: er We are counsel for defendants, Myriad Genetics ("'Myriad"') and the individuals named a s Duectors of the Univesity of Utah Research Foundation ("Directo~s").As you are aware, on this coming Friday, ~anu& 29, defendants, Myriad and the D i o r s . will be filing their reply umr memorandum of law in suppoa of their motion for s m a yjudgment. We ore writing this letter to seek permission to f l an over-length reply memoranthm ie Pursuant to your hdividual Prild7ceR l s unless "prior permission has been ue, granted.. .reply memoranda are limited t 10 pages" (Rule 2(c)). On January 13, counsel for o plaintiffs wrote to the Court asking for permission to file a consoliited memomdurn of law of up to 50 pages as a reply in support of their own motion for summary judgmrm and as an opposition ro defendanfs' motions for summaryjudgment/judgment on the pleadings. This mquest was granted and plaintiffs filed a 50 page memorandum. In order to adequately respond, we respecrfully request that the Court approve the filing of a reply manormdurn by Myriad and the Directors of up to 25 pages. We will, of wune, rry to do with less, but feel at this t m that the additional requested pages may be necessary. ie Counsel for plaintiff3 has w m t e d to this request. Brian M. Poissrmt a: (via email) Christopher A. Hansen Daniel B. Ravicher Ross E. Morrison, Esq. r r u N ~1-4 nr IRVIML P"fnBYI1C.Y .. .A rr ' Rid LONDON - amus.=u * culcrre L01IYOEL.S DICC-O SAP4 mANCISCa . -. UAD.10 cLm~L.*o - C MIIIEOCITY SHAH(i"ll ' =ILItONYAY61 . O L Y YIUN .. . . . . . ~ ~ ~ YOSWW ~urn., .m..xw.I How noYsmw * YUllCU NEW DLLHl HlkVOII PARIS SINCAPOIS EVDWel V TllFel TDII*ASH#W510M .- . .. - Dockets.Justia.com

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