Google Incorporated, et al v. Leo Stoller
Mandate issued.. Record to be returned later 4 vol. loose pleadings; 4 vol. transcripts;. [09-3569]
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT
E v e r e t t M c K i n l e y Dirksen United States C o u r t h o u s e R o o m 2722 - 219 S. D e a r b o r n Street C h i c a g o , Illinois 60604
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NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF MANDATE January 8, 2010
Michael W. Dobbins UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Northern District of Illinois Chicago , IL 60604-0000
GOOGLE INCORPORATED, Plaintiff - Appellee v. No.: 09-3569 C E N T R A L M A N U F A C T U R I N G , INCORPORATED, et al., Defendants
A P P E A L OF: LEO STOLLER
Originating Case Information: District Court No: 1:07-cv-00385 N o r t h e r n District of Illinois, Eastern Division D i s tr i c t Judge Virginia M. Kendall
Herewith is the mandate of this court in this appeal, along with the Bill of Costs, if any. A certified copy of the opinion/order of the court and judgment, if any, and any direction as to costs shall constitute the mandate.
PARTIAL RECORD RETURN
Record to be returned later
Loose pleadings to be returned later:
Transcripts to be returned later:
NOTE TO COUNSEL: I f any physical and large documentary exhibits have been filed in the above-entitled cause, they are t o be withdrawn ten (10) days from the date of this notice. Exhibits not withdrawn during this period w i l l be disposed of. P l e a s e acknowledge receipt of these documents on the enclosed copy of this notice. -----------------------------------
Received above mandate and record, if any, from the Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Date: _________________________ Received by: ____________________________________
form name: c7_Mandate (form ID: 135)
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