Cambridge University Press et al v. Patton et al

Filing 23

SCHEDULING ORDER approving 16 Preliminary Report and Discovery Plan. This case is set for an 8 months' discovery limit. Discovery ends on 3/21/2009. Signed by Judge Orinda D. Evans on 7/30/08. (ekb)

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Cambridge University Press et al v. Patton et al Doc. 23 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA ATLANTA DIVISION CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, et al, Plaintiffs, vs . a Civil Action No . 1 :08- CARL V. PATTON, in his official capacity ~ CV-1425-ODE as Georgia State University President, et a], , Defendants . JOINT PRELIMINARY REPORT AND DISCOVERY PLAN 1 . Description of Case : (a) Describe briefly the nature of this action . RESPONSE : This is an action for copyright infringement under 17 U .S .C . 1 01 et seq. Plaintiffs Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Inc ., and Sage Publications, Inc. ("Plaintiffs") seek a declaration of copyright infringement, permanent injunctive relief, attorneys' fees and costs of this action from and against Defendants Carl V . Patton, in his official capacity as Georgia State University President, Ron Henry , in his official capacity as Georgia State University Provost , Charlene Hurt, in her official capacity as Georgia State University Dean of Libraries, 161253 Nn i ;% is 7aassw mxs o v .Docuasas . ooa 7 FILED IN C! "S OFFICE U .S .D.C . A#anta SCHEDULING ORDER J A ME~s N . rr~rr, CLERK By epW clerk Y Upon review of the information contained in the Preliminary Report d Discovery Schedule form completed and filed by the parties, the Court orders that the time limits for adding parties, amending the pleadings, filing motions, completing discovery, and discussing settlement are as stated in the above completed form, except as herein modified : IT IS SO ORDERED, this 3 a day of ~,rL , , ~ , 2008 . L/ '0 I . United States District Judge 0 p %. -. . er1n :U 5 iN9 s 01 vcNS 01 l.v003 e985.0007 18

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