Twitter, Inc. v. Skootle Corp. et al

Filing 25

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE by Garland E. Harris re 23 MOTION to Dismiss (far, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/11/2012)

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1 2 3 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE *Use thi's form to show that a paper or document (other than a ~fl :ZP. lalflJ;a erved (sent or / Btf!!qAf Ci~tl V:rf)edure 5. delivered) to an opposing party in accordance with Federal< A different form is needed to serve a complaint under Federal Ru1r!llf /7 Procedure 4. * j ivil ' 7(; If " ' •,·-~r ·C>J • . • • ,.., f-.J •ti ·:·!/4 M' ffWI.TTER, INC. V. SKOOTLE CORP.~ ET~· : 4 Case name: 5 Case number: 6 What document was served? (Write the full name or title of the document or do u "Plaintiff's Opposition to Defendant 's Motion for Summary Judgment. ") CV 12 1721 ~----------~~------~--~~----------~ 7 8 Title(s): OTION TO DISMISS CASE AGAINST 9 10 11 IQ 12 13 14 G15 16 [] document served? (Check one.) Placed in U.S. Mail Sent by fax Hand-delivered Sent by delivery service (e.g., FedEx or UPS) To whom was the document sent? (Write the full name, address, andfax number of everyone who was sent the document. Usually, they will be the lawyers for the opposing parties.) S T. GRA ~ S, RIANA S. PFEFFE . ORN SON SONSINI GOODRICH & ROSATI, PC 17 50 Page Mill Road 18 alo Alto, CA 94304-1050 19 hone: (650) 493-9300 Fax: (650) 565-51 00 ~.~:t':"~ !··· · hen'were the 20 21 22 Date: Mt\Yl tl2012 Who served the documents? (Who put it into the mail, faxed it, hand-delivered it, or sent it b delivery service? That person should print his/her name and address and sign below.) 23 24 25 I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the information in this certificate of service is true and correct. 26 Signature: 27 Printed name: 28 Address: Darland E. Harris J011 Adams St., W. Palm Beach, FL 33407 1 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE [VLSP TEMPLATE]

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