Schieffelin et al v. QVC, Inc

Filing 11

Corporate Disclosure Statement by QVC, Inc. (Dubitsky, Doug)

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Schieffelin et al v. QVC, Inc Doc. 11 Case 3:07-cv-00445-VLB Document 11 Filed 05/04/2007 Page 1 of 1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT ; : : : Plaintiffs, : v. : : QVC, INC., : : Defendant. : ____________________________________: STACEY AND DAVID SCHIEFFELIN and MODELS PREFER, LTD., ____________________________________ Civil Action No. 07cv00445 (SRU) May 4, 2007 DISCLOSURE STATEMENT FORM OF DEFENDANT QVC, INC. PURSUANT TO FED.R.CIV.P. 7.1 Please check one box: The nongovernmental corporate party, , in the above listed civil action does not have any parent corporation and publicly held corporation that owns 10% or more of its stock. The nongovernmental corporate party, QVC, Inc. , in the above listed civil action has the following parent corporation(s) and publicly held corporation(s) that owns 10% or more of its stock: Liberty Media Corporation, possibly through one or more intermediaries, owns 100% of the stock of QVC, Inc._____________________________ May 4, 2007 Date __________________________________________ Signature (Admitted Pro Hac Vice) Counsel for: Defendant QVC, Inc. Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 7.1 Disclosure Statement (a) WHO MUST FILE: NONGOVERNMENTAL CORPORATE PARTY. A nongovernmental corporate party to an action or proceeding in a district court must file two copies of a statement that identifies any parent corporation and any publicly held corporation that owns 10% or more of its stock or states that there is no such corporation. (b) TIME FOR FILING; SUPPLEMENTAL FILING. A party must: (1) file the Rule 7.1(a) statement with its first appearance, pleading, petition, motion, response, or other request addressed to the court, and (2) promptly file a supplemental statement upon any change in the information that the statement requires.

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