The Authors Guild v. Google, Inc.
FORM D, on behalf of Appellant Jim Bouton, Joseph Goulden, Betty Miles and The Authors Guild, FILED. Service date 01/06/2014 by CM/ECF. [13-4829]
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
CIVIL APPEAL TRANSCRIPT INFORMATION (FORM D)
NOTICE TO COUNSEL: COUNSEL FOR THE APPELLANT MUST FILE THIS FORM WITH THE CLERK OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT IN ALL CIVIL APPEALS WITHIN 14 CALENDAR DAYS AFTER FILING A NOTICE OF APPEAL.
THIS SECTION MUST BE COMPLETED BY COUNSEL FOR APPELLANT
The Authors Guild et al. v.
Southern District of New York
Check the applicable provision:
I am ordering a transcript.
I am not ordering a transcript
COUNSEL FOR APPELLANT
Edward H. Rosenthal, Esq., Frankfurt Kumit Klein & Selz, P.C.
PROVIDE A DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING DATES, OF THE PROCEEDINGS FOR
WHICH A TRANSCRIPT IS REQUIRED (i.e., oral argument, order from the bench, etc.)
Oral argument on motions for summary judgment held on
September 23, 201 3.
Reason for not ordering a transcript:
Copy is already available
No transcribed proceedings
Other (Specif’ in the space below):
INSTRUCTIONS TO COURT REPORTER:
METHOD OF PAYMENT
CJA Voucher (CJA 21)
DELIVER TRANSCRIPT TO: (COUNSEL’S NAME, ADDRESS, TELEPHONE)
PREPARE TRANSCRIPT OF
PREPARE TRANSCRIPT OF TRIAL
PREPARE TRANSCRIPT OF
OTHER POST-TRIAL PROCEEDINGS
OTHER (Specify in the space below):
I certify that I have made satisfactory arrangements with the court reporter for payment of the cost of the transcript.
See FRAP 10(b). I understand that unless I have already ordered the transcript, I shall order its preparation at the
time required by FRAP and the Local Rules.
Is! Edward H. Rosenthal
January 6, 2014
COURT REPORTER ACKNOWLEDGMENT: This section is to be completed by the court reporter. Return one copy to the Clerk of the Second Circuit.
DATE ORDER RECEIVED
SIGNATURE OF COURT REPORTED
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE
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