Code Revision Commission et al v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc.

Filing 53

USCA Acknowledgment of #49 Notice of Appeal filed by Public.Resource.Org, Inc. Case Appealed to USCA - 11th Circuit. USCA Case Number 17-11589-HH. (kac)

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Case: 17-11589 Date Filed: 04/07/2017 Page: 1 of 2 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT ELBERT PARR TUTTLE COURT OF APPEALS BUILDING 56 Forsyth Street, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 David J. Smith Clerk of Court For rules and forms visit April 14, 2017 Sarah Parker LaFantano Alston & Bird, LLP 1201 W PEACHTREE ST NW STE 4900 ATLANTA, GA 30309-3424 Elizabeth H. Rader Alston & Bird, LLP 950 F ST NW FL 8 WASHINGTON, DC 20004 Jason Demian Rosenberg Alston & Bird, LLP 1201 W PEACHTREE ST NW STE 4900 ATLANTA, GA 30309-3424 Appeal Number: 17-11589-HH Case Style: Code Revision Commission, et al v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. District Court Docket No: 1:15-cv-02594-RWS This Court requires all counsel to file documents electronically using the Electronic Case Files ("ECF") system, unless exempted for good cause. The referenced case has been docketed in this court. Please use the appellate docket number noted above when making inquiries. Eleventh Circuit Rule 31-1 requires that APPELLANT'S BRIEF BE SERVED AND FILED ON OR BEFORE May 17, 2017. APPELLANT'S APPENDIX MUST BE SERVED AND FILED NO LATER THAN 7 DAYS AFTER FILING OF THE APPELLANT'S BRIEF. INCARCERATED PRO SE PARTIES ARE NOT REQUIRED TO FILE AN APPENDIX. This is the only notice you will receive concerning the due date for filing briefs and appendices. See Fed.R.App.P. 28, 30, 31, 32, the corresponding circuit rules, General Order 39 and the Guide to Electronic Filing for further information. Pro se parties who are incarcerated are not required to file an appendix. (In cross-appeals pursuant to Fed.R.App.P. 28.1(b), the party who first files a notice of appeal is the appellant unless the parties otherwise agree.) Case: 17-11589 Date Filed: 04/07/2017 Page: 2 of 2 Every motion, petition, brief, answer, response and reply filed must contain a Certificate of Interested Persons and Corporate Disclosure Statement (CIP). Appellants/Petitioners must file a CIP within 14 days after the date the case or appeal is docketed in this court; Appellees/Respondents/Intervenors/Other Parties must file a CIP within 28 days after the case or appeal is docketed in this court, regardless of whether appellants/petitioners have filed a CIP. See Fed.R.App.P. 26.1 and 11th Cir. R. 26.1-1. On the same day a party or amicus curiae first files its paper or e-filed CIP, that filer must also complete the court's web-based CIP at the Web-Based CIP link on the court's website. Pro se filers (except attorneys appearing in particular cases as pro se parties) are not required or authorized to complete the web-based CIP. Attorneys who wish to participate in this appeal must be properly admitted either to the bar of this court or for this particular proceeding pursuant to 11th Cir. R. 46-1. In addition, all attorneys (except court-appointed counsel) who wish to participate in this appeal must complete and return an appearance form within fourteen (14) days. Application for Admission to the Bar and Appearance of Counsel Form are available on the Internet at The clerk may not process filings from an attorney until that attorney files an appearance form. See 11th Cir. R. 46-6. 11th Cir. R. 33-1(a) requires appellant to file a Civil Appeal Statement in most civil appeals. You must file a completed Civil Appeal Statement, with service on all other parties, within 14 days from the date of this letter. Civil Appeal Statement forms are available on the Internet at, and as provided by 11th Cir. R. 33-1(a). MEDIATION. If a Civil Appeal Statement is required to be filed, your appeal and all related matters will be considered for mediation by the Kinnard Mediation Center. The mediation services are free and the mediation process is confidential. You may confidentially request mediation by calling the Kinnard Mediation Center at 404-335-6260 (Atlanta) or 305-714-1900 (Miami). See 11th Cir. R. 33-1. Attorneys must file briefs electronically using the ECF system. Use of ECF does not modify the requirements of the circuit rules that counsel must also provide seven (7) paper copies of a brief to the court, nor does it modify the requirements of the circuit rules for the filing of appendices in a particular case. Sincerely, DAVID J. SMITH, Clerk of Court Reply to: Tonya Search, HH Phone #: (404) 335-6180 DKT-7CIV Civil Early Briefing

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