Timebase Pty Ltd v. Thomson Corporation, The

Filing 31

LETTER TO MAGISTRATE JUDGE by Thomson Corporation, The Withdrawing Motion for More Definite Statement. (Attachments: # 1 Certificate of Service)(Drown, Chad)

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Timebase Pty Ltd v. Thomson Corporation, The Doc. 31 Case 0:07-cv-01687-JNE-JJG Document 31 Filed 06/06/2007 Page 1 of 1 CALVIN L. LITSEY CLitsey@ fae gre.com (612) 766-8608 June 4, 2007 The Honorable Jeanne J. Graham United States Magistrate Judge United States District Court ­District of Minnesota 180 E 5th Street, #700 St. Paul, MN 55101 Re: Dear Judge Graham: This letter is to inform the Court that defendant The Thomson Corporation respectfull y withdraws its Motion for a More Definite Statement, which was filed on February 9, 2007, in the Northern District of Illinois (prior to the transfer of this case to the District of Minnesota). In view of the agreement by plaintiff Timebase Pty Ltd to amend its complaint to more specifically identify the accused products, defendant believes its Motion for a More Definite Statement is no longer necessary. We will contact your Honor' calendar clerk to s confirm that we are withdrawing the motion. Meanwhile, defendants have scheduled with the Court and will be submitting a Motion to Stay this action in view of the pending re-examination by the United States Patent and Trademark Office of the patent-in-suit. Sincerel y, Timebase Pty Ltd v. The Thomson Corporation, et al. Court File No. 07-cv-01687 s/ Calvin L. Litsey CLL:jma cc: Joseph N Hosteny (via e-mail: jhosteny@hosteny.com) Michael R Cunningham (via e-mail: michael.cunningham@gpmlaw.com) David J F Gross fb.us.2087193.01 Dockets.Justia.com

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