The Authors Guild et al v. Google Inc.

Filing 914

NOTICE of Intent to Appear at the February 18, 2010 Fairness Hearing re: #851 Objection (non-motion). Document filed by Richard Blumenthal CT Attorney General. (Becker, Gary)

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T h e A u t h o r ' s G u i l d e t a l v . G o o g l e D I on c c UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ----------------------------------------------------------------X : The Authors Guild Inc., Association of American : Publishers Inc., et al., : Plaintiffs, : : - v. : : Google, Inc., : Defendant. : : : ----------------------------------------------------------------X Case No. 05-CV-8136 (DC) STATE OF CONNECTICUT'S NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPEAR AT THE FEBRUARY 18, 2010 FAIRNESS HEARING Filed Electronically Pursuant to the court's November 19, 2009 Order, please take notice that Richard Blumenthal, Attorney General of Connecticut, intends to appear at the Fairness Hearing in the above-captioned action, currently scheduled for February 18, 2010, to object to the Proposed Amended Settlement Agreement. If permitted to address the court, the Attorney General will outline for the court the arguments made in Connecticut's Objections, filed September 8, 2009 and January 28, 2010, pertaining to state unclaimed property laws, illegal conversion of charitable assets, and sovereign immunity from inclusion in a class D o c k e t action without consent. Respectfully submitted, RICHARD BLUMENTHAL ATTORNEY GENERAL * /s/Richard Blumenthal Richard Blumenthal RB6515 Attorney General 55 Elm Street, P.O. Box 120 Hartford, CT 06141-0120 Tel: (860) 808-5020 Fax: (860) 808-5347 * Counsel of Record 2 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE The foregoing State of Connecticut's Notice of Intent to Appear at the Fairness Hearing was served on all counsel of record on February 4, 2010, by electronic mail through the Court's CM/ECF system. /s/Gary M. Becker Gary M. Becker Assistant Attorney General 3

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