Leader Technologies Inc. v. Facebook Inc.
REDACTED VERSION of 649 Declaration, PUBLIC VERSION OF DECLARATION OF RYAN HOPKINS, VOLUME 4, EXHIBITS 31-36 by Leader Technologies Inc.(a Delaware corporation). (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 31, # 2 Exhibit 32, # 3 Exhibit 33, # 4 Exhibit 34, # 5 Exhibit 35, # 6 Exhibit 36)(Rovner, Philip)
Thursday, August 26, 2010 12:55 PM
Andre, Paul; Kobialka, Lisa; Philip A. Rovner; Caponi, Steven L.; Heidi Keefe; Mark Weinstein
Leader v. Facebook - Meet and Confer for Motion to Strike
As you know, Facebook filed 4 separate motions for judgment as a matter of law yesterday. Together, these motions total
over 50 pages. However, the Delaware local rules restrict parties to filing a single 20 page motion for judgment as a
mater of law. Furthermore, it appears that Facebook has filed motions for judgment as a matter of law regarding issues
that were not before the jury. Accordingly, we request that Facebook withdraw 3 of its motions in order to come within the
page limitations. If Facebook does not agree to withdraw its motions by tonight, we file a motion to strike Facebook's
motions for exceeding the page limitations. If you would like to discuss, please call me at my office number below.
Attorney At Law
King & Spalding LLP
Silicon Valley 333 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 400
Redwood Shores, CA 94065
San Francisco 101 Second Street, Suite 2300
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone (SV & SF): (650) 590-0726
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