Societe Civile Succ v. Renoir, et al

Filing 920090401

Opinion

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FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT SOCIETE CIVILE SUCCESSION RICHARD GUINO, a french trust, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. JEAN-EMMANUEL RENOIR, an individual, Defendant-Appellant, and BESEDER INC., doing business as Rima Fine Art; DROR DAREL, husband; TRACY L. PENWELL, wife, Defendants. No. 07-15582 D.C. No. CV-03-01310-MHM No. 07-15583 D.C. No. CV-03-01310-MHM SOCIETE CIVILE SUCCESSION RICHARD GUINO, a french trust, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. JEAN-EMMANUEL RENOIR, an individual, Defendant, and BESEDER INC., doing business as Rima Fine Art; DROR DAREL, husband; TRACY L. PENWELL, wife, Defendants-Appellants. 3897 3898 SOCIETE CIVILE SUCCESSION v. RENOIR SOCIETE CIVILE SUCCESSION RICHARD GUINO, a french trust, Plaintiff-Appellant, RICHARD W. MORRIS; MORRIS LAW FIRM, PLLC, Appellants, v. JEAN-EMMANUEL RENOIR, an individual; BESEDER INC., doing business as Rima Fine Art; DROR DAREL, husband; TRACY L. PENWELL, wife, Defendants-Appellees. No. 07-17209 D.C. No. CV-03-01310-MHM ORDER DENYING PETITIONS FOR REHEARING EN BANC Filed April 1, 2009 Before: Mary M. Schroeder, Dorothy W. Nelson and Stephen Reinhardt, Circuit Judges. ORDER Judge Schroeder and Judge Reinhardt voted to deny the petitions for rehearing en banc. Judge Nelson recommended denial of the petitions for rehearing en banc. The full court has been advised of the petitions for rehearing en banc and no active judge has requested a vote on whether to rehear the matter en banc. (Fed. R. App. P. 35.) The petitions for rehearing en banc are DENIED. PRINTED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE--U.S. COURTS BY THOMSON REUTERS/WEST--SAN FRANCISCO The summary, which does not constitute a part of the opinion of the court, is copyrighted 2009 Thomson Reuters/West.

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