Benjamin v. Google Inc.

Filing 4

REPORT on the filing or determination of an action regarding Copyright Infringement (cc: form mailed to register). (gba, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 10/13/2009)

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Benjamin v. Google Inc. Doc. 4 Case3:09-cv-04735-JCS Document4 O AO 121 (6/90) Filed10/13/09 Page1 of 1 TO: Register of Copyrights Copyright Office Library of Congress Washington, D.C. 20559 REPORT ON THE FILING OR DETERMINATION OF AN ACTION OR APPEAL REGARDING A COPYRIGHT In compliance with the provisions of 17 U.S.C. 508, you are hereby advised that a court action or appeal has been filed on the following copyright(s): COURT NAME AND LOCATION U ACTION DOCKET NO. G APPEAL DATE FILED 10/5/09 United States District Court for the Northern District of California 450 Golden Gate Avenue, 16th Floor, Box 36060 San Francisco, CA 94102 DEFENDANT CV 09-04735 JCS PLAINTIFF ANTHONY M. BENJAMIN SR. GOOGLE INC. COPYRIGHT 1 2 3 4 5 TITLE OF WORK *SEE ATTACH COMPLAINT* AUTHOR OR WORK In the above-entitled case, the following copyright(s) have been included: DATE INCLUDED COPYRIGHT 1 2 3 INCLUDED BY G Amendment G Answer G Cross Bill G Other Pleading TITLE OF WORK AUTHOR OF WORK . In the above-entitled case, a final decision was rendered on the date entered below. A copy of the order or judgment together with the written opinion, if any, of the court is attached. COPY ATTACHED WRITTEN OPINION ATTACHED DATE RENDERED G CLERK Order G Judgment G Yes G No DATE October 13, 2009 3) Upon termination of action, mail copy to Register of Copyrights (BY) DEPUTY CLERK Richard W. Wieking 1) Upon initiation of action, mail copy to Register of Copyrights Gina Agustine-Rivas 2) Upon filing of document adding copyright(s), mail copy to Register of Copyrights 5) Case File Copy DISTRIBUTION: 4) In the event of an appeal, forward copy to Appellate Court

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