Authors Guild, Inc. v. Hathitrust
NOTICE OF HEARING DATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT, on behalf of Appellee Mary Sue Coleman, Cornell University, Hathitrust, Michael McRobbie, Kevin Reilly and Mark G. Yudof, FILED. Service date 09/18/2013 by CM/ECF.  [12-4547]
United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse
40 Foley Square
New York, NY 10007
ROBERT A. KATZMANN
CATHERINE O'HAGAN WOLFE
CLERK OF COURT
DC Docket #: 11-cv-6351
Date: September 18, 2013
Docket #z 12-4547cv
DC Court: SDNY (NEW YORK CITY)
Short Title: Authors Guild, Inc. V. Hathitrust
DC Judge: Baer
NCTICE OF HEARING DATE
Wednesday October 30, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.
Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, 40 Foley Square,
New York, NY, 10007, 17th Floor, Room 1705, Entrance 1703
Authors Guild Inc. Et al
Hathitulst, et al
National Federation of the Blind, et al
Counsel and non-incarcerated pro se litigants presenting oral argument must register With the
courtroom deputy 30 minutes before argument.
A motion or stipulation to withdraw with or Without prejudice must be tiled no later than 3
business days prior to the scheduled date of argument. The Court will consider the motion or
stipulation at the time of argument, and counsel's appearance is required with counsel prepared to
argue the merits of the case. If a stipulation to Withdraw with prejudice is based on a final
settlement of the case, the fully-executed settlement must be reported immediately to the
Calendar Team, and a copy of it must be attached to the stipulation.
Inquiries regarding this case may be directed to 212-857_8595.
Counsel must file the completed form in accordance with Local Rule 25.1 or 25.2. Pro Se
parties must submit the form in paper.
Name of the Attorney/Pro Se presenting argument: Joseph E. Petersen
Firm Name (if applicable): Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Current Telephone Number: (21 2) 775-8751
The above named attorney represents:
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