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

Filing 120

MEMORANDUM ENDORSEMENT re: 97 Motion for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae. ORDER granting 97 Motion to File Amicus Brief. ENDORSEMENT: So Ordered. (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 8/31/09) (db)

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UNITED STATES DIST SOUTHERN DIST'RICT ASSOCIATION FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY et al., : 09-CV-4515 (RWS) Plaintiffs, VS. : ECF UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK : MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE OFFICE; et al., : BRIEF AMICUS CURIAE ..................................... Defendants. X PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that proposed Amici Curiae March of Dimes Foundation, Canavan Foundation, Claire Altman Heine Foundation, Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition, National Organization for Rare Disorders, and National Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Association shall move this Court, before the Honorable Robert W. Sweet, United States District Judge, at the United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street, New York, New York at a date and time to be determined by the Court, for leave to file a brief amic~rs curiae. Attached hereto are: (I) Memorandum of Law in Support of this Motion for Leave to File a proposed brief amicus curiae, (2) proposed Order granting leave to file the proposed brief amicru curiae, and (3) the proposed brief amicus curiae. Dated: August 26, 2009 DEWEY & LEBOEUF LLP By: Is1 Mark D. Shtilerman Barbara A. Caulfield (pending pro hac vice) Michael J . Malecek (pending pro hac vice) Stephen C. Holmes (pending pro hac vice) Mark D. Shtilerman Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP 1301 Avenue of Americas New York, NY 10019-6092 2 12-259-8000 (phone) 2 12-259-6333 (fax) bcaulfield@dl.com mmalecek@dl.com sholmes@dl.com mshtilerman@dl.com Altorneys for Amici Curiae, March of Dinres Foundalion, Canavan Foundalion, Claire Allman Heine Formdalion, Massachusells Breasl Cancer Coalilion, Nalional Organira/ionfor Rare Disorders, Nalional Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Associalion

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