Tim Carrico, et al v. City and County of San Franci
DOCKETED CAUSE AND ENTERED APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL. SEND CADS: Yes. The schedule is set as follows: CADS due by Attorney James B. Kraus, Attorney due on 09/25/2009. Transcript order for Appellant Mary Figone and Appellant Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute due 10/26/2009. Transcript due for Orig Clerk USDC, San Francisco on 11/24/2009. Certificate of record due 12/01/2009. Appellant Mary Figone and Appellant Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute opening brief due 01/11/2010. Appellee City and County of San Francisco answering brief due 02/09/2010. Appellant's optional reply brief is due 14 days after service of the answering brief.  (GR)
M olly C . D wyer
C lerk of C ourt
Office of the Clerk
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
95 Seventh Street
Post Office Box 193939
San Francisco, California 94119-3939
September 30, 2009
CA9 Docket No.:
Small Property Owners et al v. City and County of San
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