AT&T Inc v. FCC
ORDER (FUENTES, CHAGARES and *TASHIMA, Circuit Judges) granting the Motion by Intervenor Comptel to present five minutes of oral argument and granting the Petitioner, AT&T's Inc.'s request to enlarge its time to 20 minutes. Therefore, both sides will have 20 minutes argue time, filed. Julio M. Fuentes, Authoring Judge. (*U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, sitting by designation.) (TLW)
A T & T Inc v. FCC
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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT M a rc h 3, 2009 No. 08-4024 AT&T INC, Petitioner v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondents COMPTEL, Intervenor (F C C 08-207) P r e se n t: FUENTES, CHAGARES and *TASHIMA, Circuit Judges 1) 2) M o tio n of Intervenor Comptel, to Present Oral Argument. R e s p o n d e n t' s Federal Communications Commission's Response to Intervenor Comptel's Motion to Present Oral Argument. 3) P e titio n e r 's AT&T Inc., Response to Intervenor Comptel's Motion to Present Oral Argument. C a le n d a re d for 03/13/09. * (U .S . Court of Appeals for the 9 th , Circuit, s ittin g by designation) ORDER The foregoing request by Comptel to present five minutes oral argument is granted. The Petitioner, AT & T's request to enlarge its time to 20 minutes is also granted. Therefore, both sides will have 20 m in u te s argue time. /s / Carmen M. Hernandez Calendar Clerk (267)299-4952
By the Court, /s/ Julio M Fuentes Circuit Judge D a te d : March 4, 2009 T L W /c c : K e lly P. Dunbar, Esq. C o lin S. Stretch, Esq.
Michael A. Krasnow, Esq. C a th e rin e G. O'Sullivan, Esq. R o b e rt J. Wiggers, Esq. M a ry C. Albert, Esq.
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