Laura Larson v. Warner Bros Entertainment, Inc, et al

Filing 38

Filed clerk order: The second brief on cross-appeal [31] submitted by DC Comics and Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. is filed. Within 7 days of the filing of this order, filer is ordered to file 7 copies of the brief in paper format, accompanied by certification, attached to the end of each copy of the brief, that the brief is identical to the version submitted electronically. Cover color: red. The paper copies shall be printed from the PDF version of the brief created from the word processing application, not from PACER or Appellate ECF. [8159022] [11-55863, 11-56034] (LA)

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT FILED APR 30 2012 MOLLY C. DWYER, CLERK U.S. COURT OF APPEALS LAURA SIEGEL LARSON, individually and as personal representative of the Estate of Joanne Siegel, Plaintiff-counter-claimdefendant – Appellant/Cross-Appellee, Nos. 11-55863, 11-56034 D.C. No. 2:04-cv-08400-ODW-RZ U.S. District Court for Central California, Los Angeles ORDER v. WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT, INC., a corporation; DC COMICS, a New York General Partnership, Defendants-counterclaimants – Appellees/Cross-Appellants. The second brief on cross-appeal submitted on March 23, 2012 is filed. Within 7 days of this order, appellees/cross-appellants are ordered to file 7 copies of the brief in paper format, with a red cover, accompanied by certification (attached to the end of each copy of the brief) that the brief is identical to the version submitted electronically. A sample certificate is available on the Court's website, www.ca9.uscourts.gov, at the Electronic Filing - ECF link. The paper copies shall be printed from the PDF version of the brief created from the word processing application, not from PACER or Appellate ECF. FOR THE COURT: Molly C. Dwyer Clerk of Court Liora Anis Deputy Clerk

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