iLOR, LLC v. Google, Inc.

Filing 57

MOTION for Leave to File Excess Pages by iLOR, LLC, iLOR, LLC (Attachments: # 1 Proposed Order)(Schmit, David)

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iLOR, LLC v. Google, Inc. Doc. 57 Case 5:07-cv-00109-JMH Document 57 Filed 11/01/2007 Page 1 of 2 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION at LEXINGTON Electronically Filed iLOR, LLC, Plaintiff v. GOOGLE INC. Defendant. : : : : : : : : : Civil Action No. 5:07-cv-00109-JMH PLAINTIFF iLOR, LLC'S MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE REPLY MEMORANDUM EXCEEDING FIFTEEN PAGES AND MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT Plaintiff, iLOR, LLC, is filing its Memorandum in Reply to Defendant Google's response to Plaintiff iLOR's Motion for Preliminary Injunction. Despite significant effort to condense the Reply Memorandum, it comprises nineteen pages, exclusive of the certificate of service page. The length of this Memorandum was necessitated by the large number of new issues raised in Defendant's Opposition memorandum, each of which required response. LR 7.1(d) provides "Reply memoranda may not exceed fifteen (15) pages without leave of Court". Accordingly, Plaintiff requests leave to file its Reply Memorandum which slightly exceeds fifteen pages Respectfully submitted, Dated: November 1, 2007 /s/ David E. Schmit David E. Schmit (Ohio Bar #0021147) Frost Brown Todd LLC 2200 PNC Center 201 East Fifth Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (513) 651-6985 Phone (513) 651-6981 Fax Attorney for Plaintiff iLOR, LLC. Case 5:07-cv-00109-JMH Document 57 Filed 11/01/2007 Page 2 of 2 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE This is to certify that on this 1st day of November, 2007, the foregoing was filed with the clerk of the court by using the CM/ECF system and that a true and correct copy of the foregoing will be served on counsel fro Defendants through the CM/ECF system. s/ David E. Schmit 2

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