Finisar Corporation v. Nistica, Inc.
ORDER REGARDING 730 JOINT MOTION FOR LEAVE TO EXCEED PAGE LIMITATIONS FOR ATTORNEYS' FEES MOTION AND OPPOSITION. Signed by Judge Beth Labson Freeman on 3/1/2017. (patentlcsjS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 3/1/2017)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
SAN JOSE DIVISION
United States District Court
Northern District of California
Case No. 13-cv-03345-BLF
ORDER REGARDING JOINT MOTION
FOR LEAVE TO EXCEED PAGE
LIMITATIONS FOR ATTORNEYS’
FEES MOTION AND OPPOSITION
[Re: ECF 730]
Before the Court is the parties’ joint motion to exceed the page limitations for Defendant
Nistica, Inc.’s (“Nistica”) motion for attorneys’ fees and Plaintiff Finisar Corporation’s (“Finisar”)
opposition thereto. ECF 730. The Court’s Standing Order currently limits each party to 10 pages.
The parties request that the Court increase this limit by 5 for each side. Id. at 1. The parties argue
that the motion for attorneys’ fees and opposition thereto must address numerous legal arguments
and significant facts which occurred over the course of a three-year litigation, and that the
additional pages will assist each party in the presentation of its arguments. Id.
The Court finds that the parties have shown good cause and GRANTS the joint motion.
Nistica will be permitted to file a 15 page motion for attorneys’ fees, and Finisar will be permitted
to file a 15 page opposition. The limit for Nistica’s reply remains at 5 pages. Briefing must be
double-spaced in Times New Roman font, and all written text, including footnotes and quotations,
must be no less than 12-point type.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: March 1, 2017
BETH LABSON FREEMAN
United States District Judge
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