I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc. et al

Filing 915

Federal Circuit Court of Appeals Case Number 13-1307 for 910 Notice of Appeal filed by I/P Engine, Inc. (Attachments: # 1 caption notice)(mwin, )

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT NOTICE OF DOCKETING 13-1307 - l/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL Inc. Date of docketing: April 4, 2013 Appeal from: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (Norfolk) case no. 11-CV-0512 Appellant(s): l/P Engine, Inc. Critical dates include: • Date of docketing. See Fed. Cir. R. 12. • Entry of appearance. {Due within 14 days of the date of docketing.) See Fed. Cir. R. 47.3. • Certificate of interest. {Due within 14 days of the date of docketing.) See Fed. Cir. R. 47.4. • Docketing Statement. {Due within 14 days of the date of docketing, or within 30 days if the UnitedStates or its officer or agency is a party in the appeal.) [Only in cases where all parties are represented by counsel. See the en banc order dated September 18, 2006, and guidelines available at www.cafc.uscourts.gov.] • Requests for extensions of time. See Fed. Cir. R. 26 and 27. N.B. Delayed requests are not favored by the court. • Briefs. See Fed. Cir. R. 31. N.B. You will not receive a separate briefing schedule from the Clerk's Office. However, in a case involving an appellant, a cross-appellant, and an appellee, a special briefing schedule is used. The appellant's opening brief is due within 60 days of the date of docketing. The crossappellant's opening brief is due within 40 days of filing of the appellant's opening brief. The appellee's brief is due within 40 days of filing of the cross-appellant's brief. The appellant's response/reply brief is due within 40 days of filing of the appellee's brief. The cross-appellant's reply brief is due within 14 days of filing of the appellant's response/reply brief. The joint appendix is due within 10 days of filing of the cross-appellant's • Settlement discussions. See Fed. Cir. R. 33. • Oral Argument Schedule Conflicts: Counsel can expect oral argument to be set within 2 months of the filing of final brief or appendix in a case. Counsel should advise the clerk's office of any potential conflict that would interfere with counsel's ability to appear for oral argument, and counsel should provide updates to inform the clerk's office of any potential conflict as it arises. The clerk's office will make every effort to accommodate counsel's conflicts if counsel so advises the clerk's office prior to the time that the clerk's office sets the date for oral argument. After the date for oral argument is set, however, the date for oral argument will not be postponed except on motion showing compelling circumstances. Counsel should be aware that the court's future oral argument schedule is posted on the court's website at www.cafc.uscourts.gov under reply brief. the oral argument tab. Pro se parties should refer to the Guide for Pro Se Petitioners and Appellants. Attachments: • • • Official caption Rules of Practice (to pro se parties only) Required forms (to pro se parties only): o Entry of Appearance o Informal Brief o Motion and Affidavit for Leave to Proceed in Forma Pauperis (only to appellants owing the docketing fee) Counsel may download the Rules of Practice and required forms from www.cafc.uscourts.gov or call 202.275.8000 for a printed copy. Jan Horbaly Clerk cc: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (Norfolk) Robert Leo Burns II Jeffrey K. Sherwood