Netlist, Inc. v. Google Inc.

Filing 40

Minute Entry: Initial Case Management Conference held on 4/1/2010 before Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong. Case Management Conference CONTINUED to 09/09/10 at 9:00 AM; Tutorial and Markman Hearing CONTINUED to 09/09/10 at 9:00 AM. Case referred to Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero for all Discovery. (Date Filed: 4/1/2010). (Court Reporter: Not Reported) (lrc, COURT STAFF) (Date Filed: 4/1/2010) Modified on 4/5/2010 (jlm, COURT STAFF).

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE MINUTES TIME IN HEARING:11 MINUTES C-09-05718 SBA JUDGE: SAUNDRA BROWN ARMSTRONG Date:4/1/10 Title: NETLIST, INC. vs. GOOGLE INC. Atty.: SCOTT WEINGARTEN ADRIAN PRIEST Deputy Clerk: Lisa R. Clark Court Reporter: N/R PROCEEDINGS Plt DFT ( ) ( ) 1. TELEPHONE CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE - HELD ( ) ( ) 2. ( ) ( ) 3. ( ) ( ) 4. ( ) Motion(s) ( ) Granted ( ) Denied ( ) Off Calendar ( ) Granted/Part ( ) Denied/Part ( ) Submitted ( X ) Order to be prepared by ( ) Plaintiff ( )Deft (X) Court RESULT OF CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE Case Continued to 9/9/10 for a Case Management Conference at 9:00 AM. Case Continued to for OSC RE: Case Continued to 9/9/10 @ 9:00 AM for TUTORIAL AND MARKMAN HEARING Opposition by Reply by Brief Sched. Motion papers by General Discovery Cut-off Expert Discovery Cut-off Plft to name Experts by Deft to name Experts by All Dispositive Motions to be heard by ( Motion Cut-off) Case Continued to for Pretrial Conference at 1:00 p.m. Pretrial Papers Due Motions in limine/objections to evidence due Responses to motions in limine and/or responses to objections to evidence due Reply to motions in limine and/or responses to objections to evidence due Case Continued to for Trial(Court/Jury: Days) at 8:30 a.m. FOR SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE ( ) REFERRED TO MAGISTRATE (X ) REFERRED TO MAGISTRATE SPERO FOR ALL DISCOVERY MATTERS Notes: SEE SCHEDULING ORDER FOR ALL OTHER DATES AND DEADLINES cc:

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