Cook et al v. USAA General Indemnity Company

Filing 80

ORDER allowing equipment into the Courtroom for trial. Signed by Judge Samuel Conti on 4/23/09. (tdm, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 4/23/2009)

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L A W OFFICES OF FAR BS TEIN & BLACKMAN DONALD F. FARBSTEIN M I C HA E L A. FARBSTEIN J OHN SOMERS BLACKMAN GA RY R. GLEASON M ARGA RET A. BURTON* DEI RDRE O'REILLY MARBLESTONE *ALSO A D M IT T E D IN NEVADA A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION T EL E P H O N E ( 6 50 ) 554-6200 F A C SI M IL E ( 6 50 ) 554-6240 E-MA IL ADDRESS 411 BOREL AVENUE SUITE 425 SA N MATEO, CALIFORNIA 94402-3518 w w w .f a r b s t e in . c o m April 22, 2009 Hon. Samuel Conti Judge, United States District Court Northern District of California San Francisco Division 450 Golden Gate Avenue Courtroom 1 San Francisco, CA 94102 Re: Stefanie Cook and Nathaniel Cook v. USAA General Indemnity Company USDC, Northern District of California, Case No. C-07-4042 -SC Dear Judge Conti, We write on behalf of both parties with respect to the trial set for April 27, 2009 in the above referenced matter. The parties hereby request permission to bring the following electronic equipment/liquids into the court on Friday April 24, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. Plaintiffs' Equipment / liquids: 2 Laptop computers 1 Case water Defendants Equipment / liquids 2 Laptop computers 1 "ELMO" overhead projector 1 Personal computer image projection machine 1 Case water We thank you for your consideration of this request. Sincerely, FARBSTEIN & BLACKMAN GARY R. GLEASON GRG:mis cc: LawrenceESMann, Esq (Plaintiffs' counsel) DISTRIC UNIT ED Permission is hereby granted to allow the above referenced items into the Courthouse. ED _____________mu__o_i________________ _ nt a el C Judge S Hon. Samuel Conti ER S T TA TC RT U O N F D IS T IC T O R A C LI FO R NIA IT IS S O ORD ER 4/23/09 Date: _____________________ NO RT H

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