Sage Therapeutics, Inc. v. Sage Naturals, Inc.
Judge Richard G. Stearns: Initial case management ORDER entered. (Attachments: # 1 Standing Order Re Courtsey Copies, # 2 Standing Order re Default PO, # 3 Standing Order re Related Actions)(RGS, int2)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS
STANDING ORDER RE: ELECTRONIC FILING
IN CASES FILED BEFORE STEARNS, D.J.
May 19, 2008
Litigants must comply with the District Court’s rules and procedures for Electronic
Case Filing. In addition, parties will submit paper courtesy copies of electronic documents
relating to Markman filings, discovery disputes, or dispositive motions, oppositions, replies
or sur-replies (including all affidavits and exhibits) that exceed twenty pages in length. The
courtesy copy shall be stamped “Courtesy Copy for the Court: DO NOT SCAN.”
The term “dispositive motion” means a motion to dismiss, a motion for summary
judgment, a motion to suppress, a motion for preliminary relief, a motion for judgment as
a matter of law, and a motion in limine. The term “discovery motion” includes motions to
compel and motions for protective orders.
s/ Richard G. Stearns
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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