Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. et al v. RDR Books et al

Filing 72

ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Robert P. Patterson from Dale Cendali dated 3/28/08 re: The parties respectfully suggest that it may be possible to dispense with the pretrial memoranda referenced in section 3(b)(iv) of Your Honor's Individual Practices. ENDORSEMENT: Application granted. So Ordered The parties also suggest that the Court allow the parties to submit any motions in limine on April 9th two days after the joint pre-trial order is filed. ENDORSEMENT: Application granted 4/11/08 at 9:30 a.m. So Ordered. The parties also suggest that it may be more efficient to have the statements due on April 7th, together with the joint pre-trial order. ENDORSEMENT: So Ordered. Fourth the parties would also appreciate Your Honor's guidance with respect to whether the use of Powerpoint or other visual presentations, exhibits and/or demonstratives in opening statements is permitted. ENDORSEMENT: Allowed. So Ordered. Finally, there may be a need to reference various books during the trial. In this regard, the parties were wondering whether it would be sufficient to have a single copy of a given book for use with a witness, with color copies available for counsel and the Court, or whether Your Honor would prefer that the party seeking to use a book have multiple copies available, and if so how many. ENDORSEMENT: No preference. So Ordered. (Signed by Judge Robert P. Patterson on 2/28/08) (js)

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