TimesLines, Inc v. Facebook, Inc.

Filing 81

DECLARATION of Brendan J. Hughes regarding motion for summary judgment 79 , memorandum 80 (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 1 - 13, # 2 Exhibit 14 - 17, # 3 Exhibit 18 - 19, # 4 Exhibit 20 - 31, # 5 Exhibit 32 - 35, # 6 Exhibit 36 - 40, # 7 Exhibit 41 - 43, # 8 Exhibit 44 - 46, # 9 Exhibit 47 - 51, # 10 Exhibit 52 - 57, # 11 Exhibit 58 - 59, # 12 Exhibit 60 - 62, # 13 Exhibit 63.1, # 14 Exhibit 63.2, # 15 Exhibit 64 - 71)(Hughes, Brendan)

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