The Authors Guild v. Google, Inc.
CAMP CONFERENCE ORDER: Type of Conference: Telephonic, Scheduled Date of Conference: 10/02/2012, Start Time: 3:00 PM, endorsed by Lisa J. Greenberg, FILED. [12-3200] [Entered: 08/29/2012 09:40 AM]
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
At a stated Term of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, held at the Daniel Patrick
Moynihan United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street, in the City of New York, on the 29th day of August two
thousand and twelve,
The Authors Guild
Docket Number: 12-3200
This Court’s Civil Appeal Management Program (“CAMP”) has scheduled a pre-argument
conference in the above-referenced appeal for Tuesday October 2, 2012 at 3:00pm (EDT), with Lisa
Greenberg, Staff Counsel. The conference will be held via telephone.
Counsel for all parties are directed to attend with full authority to settle or otherwise
approve other appropriate action regarding the case. Counsel are further directed to be fully prepared to
discuss the legal merit of each issue on review before this Court and narrow, eliminate, or clarify issues on
appeal where appropriate. See Local Rule 33.1.
Upon receipt of this order, counsel must contact opposing counsel to confirm availability for
the conference. Counsel must also contact Staff Counsel’s office via telephone or email
(firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm conference attendance, and for any modification requests to
To initiate the telephone conference, counsel must call Staff Counsel at the conference
center number (212) 602-8800, a few minutes prior to the start of the conference. The conference ID # is:
8750. Counsel will receive their conference PIN# electronically two weeks prior to the conference date.
Please call (212) 857-8760 with any questions..
For The Court:
Catherine O’Hagan Wolfe,
Clerk of Court
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