Microsoft Corporation v. Motorola, Inc, et al

Filing 43

Filed (ECF) Acknowledgment of hearing notice. Location: San Francisco. Filed by Attorney Mr. Carter Glasgow Phillips for Appellee Microsoft Corporation. [8294578] (CGP)

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OFFICE OF THE CLERK UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF HEARING NOTICE (SAN FRANCISCO) I acknowledge receipt of the notice of assignment showing my case: Case Number 12-35352 Case Title Microsoft Corporation v. Motorola, Inc. et al. assigned for hearing: Date 9/11/2012 Time Courtroom Location James R. Browning U.S. Courthouse, San Francisco, CA 9:30 AM Courtroom 1, 3rd Floor Counsel to argue (or, if argument to be presented "in pro per" enter party information): Name Carter G. Phillips Address Sidley Austin LLP 1501 K Street, N.W. City Washington State Phone (202) 736-8000 Email Address Party/parties represented DC Zip Code 20005 Microsoft Corporation Special needs you may require in the courtroom Counsel who have not entered an appearance in the case(s) listed above must file a separate Notice of Appearance using Appellate ECF. Admission status (to be completed by attorneys only): I certify that I am admitted to practice before this Court. I certify that I am generally qualified for admission to practice before the bar of the Ninth Circuit and that I will immediately apply for admission (forms available at Signature (use "s/" format) s/ Carter G. Phillips Date 8/21/2012 Filing Instructions Electronically: Print the filled-in form to PDF (File > Print > PDF Printer/Creator), then, in Appellate ECF, choose Forms/Notices/Disclosures > File an Acknowledgment of Hearing Notice. -orUS Mail: Office of the Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, P.O. Box 193939, San Francisco CA 94119 Overnight: James R. Browning U.S. Courthouse, 95 Seventh Street, San Francisco CA 94103 Phone: 415-355-8190

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