Apple Inc. v. Psystar Corporation

Filing 128

Minute Entry: Motion Hearing held on 9/4/2009 before Judge William Alsup (Date Filed: 9/4/2009). Discovery Hearing set for 9/24/2009 08:00 AM in Courtroom 9, 19th Floor, San Francisco. (Court Reporter Katherine Sullivan.) (tdm, COURT STAFF) (Date Filed: 9/4/2009)

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Apple Inc. v. Psystar Corporation Doc. 128 Case3:08-cv-03251-WHA STATES DISTRICT COURT UNITED Document128 Filed09/04/09 Page1 of 1 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL MINUTES C-08-3251 Case Number Title: WILLIAM ALSUP Judge APPLE INC. v DATE 9/4/09 Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. PSYSTAR CORPORATION K.A.D. CAMARA Attorneys: JIM GILLILAND MEHRNAZ SMITH MEGAN CHUNG Deputy Clerk: T. De Martini Court Reporter: Katherine Sullivan Proceedings: Defendant's Motion to Compel - Granted in Part Denied in Part. Witness Megan Chung - sworn Ms Chung Testified as to the Rule 26(f)conference call on 9/2/08 Ms. Chung questioned by the Court Ms. Chung questioned by Mr. Camara The Court ruled that this issue should have been raised earlier in the case. By 12:00 p.m on Tuesday September 8, 2009 parties are to send a letter to each other identifying the first page of 50 documents. Responses are due by 12:00 p.m. on Friday September 11, 2009 stating in what files the documents can be found. Defendant's Request for Attorneys Fees is - Denied. Defendant's Motion to Exclude the Testimony of Jacques Vidrines Granted. Sections Two and Three of Defendant's Discovery Motion are - withdrawn. Parties waive any conflict with the Court as to witness Tom LaPerle Status Conference - Held Plaintiff's Request to reopen discovery for 30 days to include Snow Leopard source code. - Discovery will not be reopened at this point. Plaintiff may bring a motion to enlarge discovery. Plaintiff' Motion to Reopen Discovery to be filed by 9/11/09 Opposition due: 9/18/09 Reply due: 9/21/009 Hearing Date: 9/24/09 at 8:00 a.m. Plaintiff's Motion for a Protective Order - Pending. cc: Dawn

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