CLRB Hanson Industries, LLC et al v. Google Inc.

Filing 357

Certificate of Record forwarded to USCA re appeal 350 Notice of Appeal, 356 Transcript Designation and Ordering Form : (cv, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/9/2009)

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CLRB Hanson Industries, LLC et al v. Google Inc. Doc. 357 Case5:05-cv-03649-JW Document357 Filed11/09/09 Page1 of 1 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT CLRB Hanson Industries, LLC Plaintiff(s), (Petitioner) v. Google Inc. Defendant(s), (Respondent) _____________________________________ ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Court of Appeals Docket No. 09-17380 Docket Number(s) of Court of Appeals Companion and/or Cross Appeals (if known) District Court Docket Number CV 05-03649 JW Date Transcript(s) Filed: 9/30/09 CERTIFICATE OF RECORD This certificate is submitted in conformance with Rule 11-2 of the Local Rules of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The record on appeal, consisting of the trial transcript (if any) and the trial court clerk's record, is ready for the purposes of the appeal. This record is available in the Clerk's Office of the U.S. District Court identified below. The documents comprising the trial court clerk's record have been numbered in conformance with Rule 11(b) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure. These document numbers are reflected on the U.S. District Court docket sheet and should be used for reference purposes in the briefs. The actual filing date for this document in the U.S. Court of Appeals will initiate the briefing schedule in civil cases (including habeas corpus cases). All parties in civil cases will receive separate notification of this filing date. In criminal cases, the briefing schedule is set by a Time Schedule Order from the U.S. Court of Appeals. DATED: November 9, 2009 RICHARD W. WIEKING CLERK by: Cindy Vargas Deputy Clerk

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