Cambridge University Press, et al v. J.L. Albert, et al
APPEARANCE of Counsel Form filed by Randi Wolkenbreit Singer for Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Inc. and Sage Publications, Inc..
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT
Appearance of Counsel Form
Attorneys who wish to participate in an appeal must be properly admitted either to the bar of this court or for the particular proceeding
pursuant to I Ith C'ir. R. 46-1, el sec). An attorney not yet properly admitted must file an appropriate application. In addition, all
attorneys (except court-appointed counsel) who wish to participate in an appeal must file an appearance form within fourteen (14)
days after notice is mailed by the clerk, or upon filing^J&^PPtf-f'"A'tf?"^i^ijchcvcr occurs first. Application forms and appearance
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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS; OXFORD UNIVERSITY
PRESS, INC.; and SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC.
TheOerk will enter my appearance for these named parties: Appellants
In this court these parties are: j^appellant(s)
O amicus curiae
The following related or similar cases are pending on the docket of this court:
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I hereby certify that I am an active member in good standing of the state bar or the bar of the highest court of the state
(including the District of Columbia) named below, and that my license to practice law in the named state is not currently
lapsed for any reason, including but not limited to retirement, placement in inactive status, failure to pay bar membership
fees or failure to completecontinuing educationrequirements. I understand that I am required to notify the clerk of this
court within 14 days of any changes in the status of my state bar memberships. See 11th Cir. R. 46-7.
Statjb Bar: New York
State Bar No.: 294667
Name (type or print): Randi W. Singer
Firm/Govl. Office: Weil, Gotshal & Manges. LLP
Street Address: 767 Fifth Avenue
City: New York
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