Life Technologies Corporation v. Life Technologies Corporation et al

Filing 149

REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 134 MOTION for Order to Show Cause Why Dr. Krishnamurthy Should Not Be Held in Contempt, and Motion for Order Holding Him in Contempt filed by Life Technologies Corporation Signed by: Judge Magistrate Judge William Connelly. Objections to R&R due by September 8, 2014. Signed by Magistrate Judge William Connelly on 08/22/2014. (Attachments: # 1 Letter, # 2 FRCP 72)(nk, Chambers)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT District of Maryland William Connelly United States Magistrate Judge 6500 Cherrywood Lane Greenbelt, Maryland 20770 Office: (301) 344-0627 Fax: (301) 344-8434 August 22, 2014 Eric Michael Jaegers, Esquire Matthew Daniel Murphey, Esquire Troutman Sanders LLP 11682 El Camino Real Ste 400 San Diego, California 92130 Andrew Charles Aitken, Esquire Aitken Law Offices P.O. Box 1810 Wheaton, Maryland 20915 Re: Life Technologies Corp. v. Life Technologies Corp., et al. RWT-10-3527 Dear Counsel: A copy of a Report and Recommendations rendered in the above-captioned case is enclosed. Any objections you wish to make thereto must be filed with the court within 14 days (September 8, 2014) pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 72, a copy of which also is enclosed. After the time for filing written objections has expired, the United States District Judge will review the Report and Recommendations whether or not you have filed written objections to it. If you should fail to file written objections within the time set forth above (or within the time of any extension specifically granted by the court) and the United States District Judge subsequently adopts the Report and Recommendations, you will have lost your right to appeal the finding of the Report and Recommendations to the United States Court of Appeals. Sincerely yours, /s/ William Connelly United States Magistrate Judge Enclosures cc: Honorable Roger W. Titus

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