Personalized User Model LLP v. Google Inc.

Filing 444

MOTION P.U.M.'s Motion For Leave To Cross-Move For Summary Judgment In Response To Googles Motion For Summary Judgment On Its Breach Of Contract And Declaration Of Ownership Counterclaims, And Affirmative Defense Of Lack Of Standing re 412 MOTION for Summary Judgment On Its Breach Of Contract Counterclaim, Its Declaration Of Ownership Counterclaim, And Its Affirmative Defense Of Lack Of Standing - filed by Personalized User Model LLP. (Attachments: # 1 Text of Proposed Order)(Tigan, Jeremy)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE PERSONALIZED USER MODEL, L.L.P., ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) GOOGLE, INC., ) ) Defendant. ) ______________________________________ ) GOOGLE, INC., ) ) Counterclaimant, ) ) v. ) ) PERSONALIZED USER MODEL, L.L.P. ) and YOCHAI KONIG, ) ) Counterclaim-Defendants. ) C.A. No. 09-525 (LPS) [PROPOSED] ORDER GRANTING P.U.M.’S MOTION FOR LEAVE TO CROSS-MOVE FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT IN RESPONSE TO GOOGLE’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT ON ITS BREACH OF CONTRACT AND DECLARATION OF OWNERSHIP COUNTERCLAIMS, AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSE OF LACK OF STANDING Having considered Personalized User Model, L.L.P.’s (“P.U.M.”) Motion for Leave to Cross-Move for Summary Judgment in Response to Google’s Motion for Summary Judgment on Its Breach of Contract and Declaration of Ownership Counterclaims, and Affirmative Defense of Lack of Standing (“Google’s Motion”), IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that: 1. P.U.M.’s motion is GRANTED; 2. P.U.M. may file a cross-motion for summary judgment in connection with its opposition to Google’s Motion on January 14, 2013; 3. Google shall file a reply in support of its Motion and opposition to P.U.M.’s cross-motion on February 8, 2013; and 1 4. P.U.M. may file a reply in support of its cross-motion on February 18, 2013. SO ORDERED this _______ day of __________, 2012. ___________________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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