The Authors Guild v. Google, Inc.
ORAL ARGUMENT STATEMENT LR 34.1 (a), on behalf of filer Attorney Mr. Michael J. Boni, Esq. for Appellee Betty Miles, Joseph Goulden, Jim Bouton and The Authors Guild, FILED. Service date 02/22/2013 by CM/ECF.  [12-3200] [Entered: 02/22/2013 04:51 PM]
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
ORAL ARGUMENT STATEMENT (Local Rule 34.1(a))
TO REQUEST ORAL ARGUMENT, FILL OUT THIS FORM AND FILE IT WITH THE CLERK
WITHIN 14 DAYS AFTER THE FILING OF THE LAST APPELLEE BRIEF.
IF THIS FORM IS NOT TIMELY FILED, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ARGUE IN PERSON.
Short Title of Case: The Authors Guild, Inc. et al. v. Google Inc.
Docket No.: 12-3200
Name of Party: Betty Miles, Joseph Goulden, and Jim Bouton
Status of Party (e.g., appellant, cross-appellee, etc.): Appellees
Check one of the three options below:
I want oral argument.
I want oral argument only if
at least one other party does.
An attorney whose preference depends on whether other
attorneys will argue should consider conferring before
requesting argument. After the appeal has been
scheduled for oral argument, a motion by counsel to forgo
oral argument, even on consent, may be denied.
I do not want oral argument.
If no party wants oral argument, the case will be decided on the basis of the written briefs. If you want oral
argument, you must appear in Court on the date set by the Court for oral argument.
The Court may determ ine to decide a case without oral argument even if the parties request it.
If you want oral argument, state the name of the person who will argue:
Name: Michael J. Boni
(An attorney must be admitted to practice before the Court in accordance with Local Rule 46.1.)
If you want oral argument, list any dates (including religious holidays), that fall in the interval from 6 to
after the due date of this form, that the person who will argue is not available to appear in Court:
Print Name: Michael J. Boni
/s/ Michael J. Boni
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