AT&T Inc v. FCC
CLERK ORDER establishing briefing schedule deadlines as set forth in the motion to expedite, filed. (TMK)
A T & T Inc v. FCC
D o c . 23
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT
N o . 08-4024
AT&T v. FCC (F C C 08-207)
In accordance with the parties' agreement as set forth in the motion to expedite, briefing for this a p p e a l shall proceed as follows: P etitio n er's brief and appendix shall be filed and served within 30 days of the date of Court's O rd e r granting the motion to expedite; R esp o n d en t's brief shall be filed and served within 30 days of the date of service of Petitioner's b rie f and appendix; Petitioner's reply brief, if necessary, shall be filed and served within 14 days of the date of s e rv ic e of Respondent's brief. T h e appeal will be listed for disposition before the next available merits panel at the conclusion o f briefing. No extensions of time will be granted absent truly exigent circumstances.
For the Court, /s / Marcia M. Waldron C lerk
D a te d : November 19, 2008 tm k /c c : Kelly P. Dunbar, Esq. Colin S. Stretch, Esq. Michael A. Krasnow, Esq. Catherina G. O'Sulliavan, Esq. Robert J. Wiggers, Esq. Mary C. Albert, Esq.
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