Oracle America, Inc. v. Google Inc.

Filing 384

ORDER REGARDING PRETRIAL FILINGS. Signed by Judge Alsup on September 2, 2011. (whalc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 9/2/2011)

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1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 3 4 5 ORACLE AMERICA, INC., 6 7 8 9 Plaintiff, v. ORDER REGARDING PRETRIAL FILINGS GOOGLE INC., Defendant. / For the Northern District of California United States District Court 10 11 No. C 10-03561 WHA The filings described in paragraph two of the Guidelines for Trial and Final Pretrial 12 Conference in Civil Jury Cases Before the Honorable William Alsup shall be due on 13 OCTOBER 7, 2011, rather than October 10. The briefing schedule for motions in limine set forth 14 in paragraph 2(f) of the Guidelines is also advanced by three days. This adjustment is necessary 15 because the Columbus Day holiday falls on the date when pretrial filings otherwise would be due. 16 No more than five motions in limine may be filed by each side. The motions in limine 17 must be directed at excluding specific items of evidence; categorical motions and disguised 18 summary judgment motions are highly disfavored. Motions in limine made at this stage must be 19 ripe, not premature or dependent upon the way evidence develops at trial. 20 The opening memoranda for all five motions in limine by a party may not exceed a 21 combined total of fifty pages, but counsel may allocate the fifty pages among the five motions in 22 any way desired. The supporting paperwork for all five motions may not exceed a combined total 23 of two hundred pages, but counsel may allocate the two hundred pages among the five motions in 24 any way desired. Oppositions to motions in limine are subject to the same length requirements 25 and allocation flexibility. There will be no replies. 26 IT IS SO ORDERED. 27 28 Dated: September 2, 2011. WILLIAM ALSUP UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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