Cambridge University Press et al v. Patton et al
ORDER granting the 198 Unopposed Motion for a One Day Extension of Time for Defendants to File Exhibits to their Response to the Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment. Signed by Judge Orinda D. Evans on 4/7/2010. (ank)
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
U.S . D.C. -Atlanta
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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PR E SS , et al.,
Plaintiffs, Case No. 1 :0$-CV-125-ODE
MARK P. BECKER, in his official capacity as Georgia State University President, et al., Defendants .
UNOPPOSED MOTION FOR A ONE DAY EXTENSION OF TIME The above-named Defendants hereby move for a one (1) day extension of
time, from April 5 to April 6, to respond to Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary
Judgment ("Motion") . This extension is sought for a limited purpose-to permit
the timely filing of three exhibits (deposition transcripts) cited in Defendants
timely filed opposition to Plaintiffs' Motion . As shown below, Defendants
attempted to file these exhibits on April 5, but due to technical difficulty, were unable to do so . As good cause, Defendants show the following . On Monday, April 5, 2010, Defendants timely filed their Brief in Opposition
to Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment, their Response to Plaintiffs' Local
Rule 56 .1 Statement of Facts, their Supplemental Statement of Facts, and five
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declarations, including two exhibits to those declarations . Also on Monday, April
5, Defendants attempted to file three deposition transcripts, namely-the
deposition of Ms . Nancy Seamans ; the deposition of Ms . Laura Burtle ; and the
January 15, 20 10 expert deposition of Ms . Debra Mariniello . The Seamans and Burtle deposition had been previously filed with the court as Dkt . No. 174 and Dkt .
No . 169, respectively.
Defendants made a good faith effort to file all three exhibits in a single document on the evening of April 5 . However, Defendants' attempt to do so
failed, likely because of the large file sizes . Defendants proceeded to file the exhibits (deposition transcr ipts) separately . The Mariniello deposition and the Bottle depositions were filed by 12 :30 a.m . on April 6 . (The Burtle deposition was filed in two parts .) The Seamans deposition (Dkt . No . 174) was inadvertently
omitted . Defendants are filing the Seamans deposition transcript concurrently with this Motion .
Today, April 6, 2010, Defendants spoke by telephone to counsel for Plaintiffs and disclosed the filing problems encountered yesterday evening . Defendants informed Plaintiffs of their intent to file this motion . Plaintiffs stated that they would not oppose this motion for a one day extension based on
timeliness, but reserved all other rights, including the right to object on other
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grounds . Accordingly, Defendants submit that good cause exists and that this motion for a one day extension of time should be granted .
Respectfully submitted this 6th day of April, 2010 . THURBERT E . BAKER Georgia Bar No . 033887 Attorney General
R. O . LERER
Georgia Bar No . 446962 Deputy Attorney General DENISE E . WHITING-PACK Georgia Bar No . 558559 Senior Assistant Attorney General
MARY JO VOLKERT Georgia Bar No . 728755 Assistant Attorney General KING & SPALDING LLP
/s/ Katrina M Quicker Anthony B. Askew Georgia Bar No . 025300 Special Assistant Attorney General Stephen M . Schaetzel Georgia Bar No . 628653 Katrina M . Quicker Georgia Bar No . 590859 Kristen A . Swift Georgia Bar No . 702536
Attorneys for Defendants
ORINDA D . EVANS UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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