Fairey et al v. The Associated Press

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JOINT PRETRIAL STATEMENT /Proposed Joint Pretrial Order. Document filed by One 3 Two, Inc., The Associated Press. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A - Part 1, # 2 Exhibit A - Part 2, # 3 Exhibit B, # 4 Exhibit C, # 5 Exhibit D, # 6 Exhibit E, # 7 Exhibit F, # 8 Exhibit G)(Cendali, Dale)

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Fairey et al v. The Associated Press Doc. 242 Att. 8 ONE 3 TWO, INC.'S DESIGNATION OF PRIOR DEPOSITION TESTIMONY Pursuant to Rule 26(a)(3)(A)(ii) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Counterclaim Defendant One 3 Two, Inc. d/b/a Obey Clothing ("One 3 Two") designates the following witnesses whose testimony One 3 Two expects to present by deposition and the pertinent parts of each witness deposition:1 James Danziger July 7, 2009 Page 5, Lines 6 - 8 Page 22, Lines 11 - 19 Page 22, Line 23 - Page 23, Line 7 Page 23, Lines 13 - 21 Page 38, Line 18 - Page 39, Line 16 Page 45, Line 2 - Page 46, Line 16 Page 47, Line 5 - Page 48, Line 11 Page 49, Line 9 - Page 50, Line 12 Page 52, Lines 18 - 21 Page 52, Line 24 - Page 53, Line 17 Page 53, Line 20 - Page 54, Line 1 Page 55, Line 2 - Page 56, Line 24 Page 59, Line 19 - Page 60, Line 2 Page 60, Line 9 - 12 Page 60, Line 18 - Page 61, Line 7 Page 61, Line 10 - 11 Page 61, Line 20 - Page 66, Line 12 Page 66, Line 23 - Page 68, Line 1 Page 68, Line 10 - 12 Page 68, Line 16 - 17 Page 70, Line 19 - 23 Page 71, Line 3 - Page 72, Line 11 Page 72, Line 14 - 19 Page 73, Line 11 - 17 Page 73, Line 23 - Page 74, Line 12 Page 74, Line 19 - 23 Page 75, Line 1 - Page 76, Line 1 Page 77, Line 7 - Page 78, Line 4 Page 82, Line 7 - 10 The above designations reflect One 3 Two's current understanding of which witnesses will be available to testify at trial. One 3 Two reserves the right to supplement this list should other witnesses become unavailable. 1 1 Dockets.Justia.com Page 83, Line 1 - 3 Page 83, Line 7 Page 96, Line 4 - Page 99, Line 1 Page 101, Line 8 - 20 Farah DeGrave March 23, 2010 Page 134, Line 23 - Page 135, Line 12 Page 179, Line 25 - Page 180, Line 24 Page 202, Lines 5 - 13 Mannie Garcia Vol. 1 March 4, 2010 Page 12, Lines 22 - 25 Page 16, Lines 1 - 11 Page 29, Line 7 - Page 30, Line 22 Page 34, Line 14 - Page 35, Line 4 Page 35, Line 17 - Page 36, Line 8 Page 37, Line 3 - Page 38, Line 15 Page 39, Line 15 - Page 40, Line 18 Page 226, Lines 10 - 23 Page 227, Line 7 - Page 229, Line 2 Page 230, Line 23 - Page 231, Line 11 Page 236, Lines 5 - 10 Page 236, Line 17 - Page 237, Line 2 Page 237, Lines 13 - 15 Mannie Garcia Vol. 2 March 5, 2010 Page 48, Line 16 - Page 50, Line 3 Page 50, Lines 15 - 22 Page 63, Line 12 - Page 65, Line 18 Page 68, Line 16 - Page 69, Line 8 Page 70, Line 13 - Page 71, Line 21 Page 76, Line 21 - Page 78, Line 4 Page 80, Lines 8 - 14 Page 80, Line 19 - Page 81, Line 4 Page 81, Lines 9 - 15 Page 86, Lines 16 - 17 Page 87, Lines 7 - 12 Page 107, Line 16 - Page 110, Line 6 Page 113, Line 4 - Page 115, Line 5 Page 117, Line 22 - Page 118, Line 22 Page 119, Lines 3 - 22 Page 121, Lines 5 - 8 Page 121, Line 21 - Page 122, Line 3 Page 122, Lines 10 - 12 Page 130, Lines 2 - 12 Page 138, Lines 1 - 15 Page 149, Lines 2 - 9 Page 150, Line 19 - Page 151, Line 3 Page 162, Line 11 - Page 164, Line 11 Page 165, Lines 2 - 11 Page 166, Lines 2 - 14 Page 167, Line 2 - Page 168, Line 4 Page 169, Lines 1 - 4 Page 170, Lines 9 - 15 Page 172, Lines 2 - 5 Page 173, Lines 6 - 10 Page 174, Line 18 - Page 175, Line 9 Page 175, Lines 14 - 19 Page 176, Lines 1 - 20 Page 180, Line 9 - Page 181, Line 21 Page 182, Lines 7 - 19 Page 183, Lines 2 - 5 Page 183, Lines 9 - 11 Page 184, Lines 9 - 21 Page 188, Lines 8 - 16 Page 207, Line 19 - Page 209, Line 6 Page 209, Lines 17 - 19 Page 215, Line 18 - Page 218, Line 20 Page 219, Line 11 - Page 221, Line 7 Page 221, Line 22 - Page 222, Line 1 Page 222, Line 18 - Page 223, Line 7 Page 223, Lines 10 - 17 Page 224, Lines 6 - 12 Page 224, Line 15 - Page 226, Line 3 Page 229, Line 14 - Page 230, Line 11 Page 230, Line 15 - Page 231, Line 2 Page 231, Lines 5 - 8 Page 232, Lines 6 - 8 Page 232, Lines 11 - 21 Page 233, Lines 5 - 13 Page 235, Lines 13 - 16 Page 236, Lines 1 - 4 Page 237, Lines 7 - 10 Page 238, Line 16 - Page 239, Line 5 Page 239, Lines 15 - 21 Page 250, Line 19 - Page 251, Line 17 Page 253, Line 8 - Page 254, Line 13 Page 258, Line 18 - Page 259, Line 14 Page 260, Line 3 - Page 262, Line 22 Page 264, Line 7 - Page 265, Line 17 Page 266, Line 6 - Page 268, Line 22 Page 277, Line 6 - Page 278, Line 16 Page 279, Lines 5 - 9 Page 284, Lines 6 - 19 Page 285, Lines 6 - 13 Page 300, Lines 1 - 21 Page 302, Lines 16 - 22 Page 312, Line 21 - Page 316, Line 6 Page 320, Line 1 - Page 321, Line 6 Page 321, Line 15 - Page 322, Line 4 Page 324, Lines 14 - 21 Page 325, Line 10 - Page 326, Line 5 Page 326, Line 21 - Page 327, Line 7 Page 327, Lines 11 - 21 Page 328, Line 18 - Page 329, Line 7 Page 329, Line 13 - Page 330, Line 1 Page 335, Lines 5 - 10 Page 337, Line 7 - Page 338, Line 2 Page 338, Line 8 - Page 339, Line 20 Page 340, Line 19 - Page 341, Line 22 Page 346, Line 17 - Page 347, Line 8 Page 350, Lines 7 - 14 Gregory Payan April 6, 2010 Page 13, Lines 3 - 9 Page 14, Lines 5 - 22 EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS AND COUNTER DEPOSITION DESIGNATIONS OF COUNTERCLAIM DEFENDANT ONE 3 TWO, INC. PURSUANT TO RULE 26(a)(3)(A)(ii) OF THE FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Pursuant to Rule 26(a)(3)(A)(ii) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Counterclaim Defendant One 3 Two, Inc. d/b/a Obey Clothing ("One 3 Two") provides the following evidentiary objections to testimony the Associated Press expects to present by deposition and counter-designates the following witness testimony:2 DEPOSITION OF AMANDA FAIREY (September 18, 2009) EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS: The Associated Press's Designation Page 138, Line 19 - Page 138, Line 18 One 3 Two, Inc.'s Objection Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: vague); Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: vague); Federal Rule of Evidence 701 (calls for legal conclusion by lay witness) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Page 149, Lines 7 14 Page 149, Line 7 - Page 150, Line 5 Page 150, Lines 6 10 One 3 Two reserves the right to supplement this list should other witnesses become unavailable. 2 COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Deposition of Amanda Fairey - (September 18, 2009) Page 16, Line 18 - Page 17, Line 3 Page 22, Line 9 - Page 23, Line 7 Page 151, Line 10 - Page 152, Line 2 Page 152, Line 8 - Page 156, Line 11 Page 161, Line 16 - Page 162, Line 7 DEPOSITION OF AMANDA FAIREY (March 28, 2010) COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Deposition of Amanda Fairey - (March 28, 2010) Page 391, Line 5 - Page 392, Line 1 Page 394, Line 17 - Page 395, Line 9 Page 466, Lines 13 - 20 Page 467, Lines 11 - 19 Page 469, Lines 11 - 23 Page 470, Line 19 - Page 471, Line 4 DEPOSITION OF AMANDA FAIREY (July 27, 2010) EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS: The Associated Press's Designation Page 567, Line 5 - Page 568, Line 14 Page 569, Line 14 - Page 573, Line 12 Page 572, Lines 4 6 One 3 Two, Inc.'s Objection Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Page 573, Lines 2 11 Page 588, Line 13 - Page 593, Line 13 Page 588, Line 18 - Page 589, Line 4 Page 589, Lines 2 - 7 Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); Federal Rule of Evidence 408 (Offer to Compromise) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); Federal Rule of Evidence 408 (Offer to Compromise) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); Federal Rule of Evidence 408 (Offer to Compromise) Page 599, Lines 13 - 19 Page 601, Line 24 - Page 605, Line 15 Page 602, Lines 4 - 12 Page 603, Line 22 - Page 604, Line 3 Page 604, Lines 22 - 23 Page 605, Lines 10 - 15 Page 607, Lines 10 - 16 Page 610, Line 14 - Page 611, Line 17 COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Deposition of Amanda Fairey - (July 27, 2010) Pages 612, Line 15 - Page 613, Line 15 Pages 783, Line 6 - Page 785, Line 13 Pages 790, Line 22 - Page 794, Line 17 Pages 843, Line 6 - Page 846, Line 9 DEPOSITION OF MANNIE GARCIA VOL. I (March 4, 2010) EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS: The Associated Press's Designation Pages 31, Line 16 - Page 32, Line 10 One 3 Two, Inc.'s Objection Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: vague) Page 35, Lines 5 - 16 Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: vague, assumes facts not in evidence) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: vague, assumes facts not in evidence) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: assumes facts not in evidence) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge); Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: vague) Page 43, Lines 10 - 18 Page 45, Lines 1 - 5 Page 47, Line 7 - Page 50, Line 1 Page 48, Line 23 - Page 49, Line 5 COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Mannie Garcia Vol. 1 (March 4, 2010) Page 26, Lines 2 - 10 Page 226, Lines 10 - 23 Page 227, Line 7 - Page 229, Line 2 Page 230, Line 23 - Page 231, Line 11 Page 236, Lines 5 - 10 Page 236, Line 17 - Page 237, Line 2 Page 237, Lines 13 - 15 DEPOSITION OF MANNIE GARCIA VOL. II (March 5, 2010) COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Mannie Garcia Vol. 2 (March 5, 2010) Page 19, Lines 2 - 13 Page 48, Line 16 - Page 50, Line 3 Page 50, Lines 15 - 22 Page 63, Line 12 - Page 65, Line 18 Page 68, Line 16 - Page 69, Line 9 Page 70, Line 13 - Page 71, Line 21 Page 76, Line 21 - Page 78, Line 4 Page 79, Line 12 - Page 81, Line 15 Page 80, Lines 8 - 14 Page 80, Line 19 - Page 81, Line 4 Page 81, Lines 9 - 15 Page 86, Lines 16 - 17 Page 87, Lines 7 - 12 Page 107, Line 16 - Page 110, Line 6 Page 113, Line 4 - Page 115, Line 5 Page 117, Line 22 - Page 118, Line 22 Page 119, Lines 3 - 22 Page 121, Lines 5 - 8 Page 121, Line 21 - Page 122, Line 3 Page 122, Lines 10 - 12 Page 130, Lines 2 - 12 Page 138, Lines 1 - 15 Page 149, Lines 2 - 9 Page 150, Line 19 - Page 151, Line 3 Page 163, Line 20 - Page 164, Line 11 Page 165, Lines 2 - 9 Page 167, Line 10 - Page 168, Line 4 Page 169, Lines 1 - 4 Page 172, Lines 2 - 5 Page 172, Lines 9 - 16 Page 174, Line 18 - Page 175, Line 9 Page 175, Lines 14 - 19 Page 176, Lines 1 - 20 Page 180, Line 9 - Page 181, Line 21 Page 182, Lines 7 - 19 Page 183, Lines 2 - 5 Page 183, Lines 9 - 11 Page 184, Lines 9 - 21 Page 188, Lines 8 - 16 Page 207, Line 19 - Page 209, Line 6 Page 209, Lines 17 - 19 Page 215, Line 18 - Page 218, Line 20 Page 219, Line 11 - Page 221, Line 7 Page 221, Line 22 - Page 222, Line 1 Page 222, Line 18 - Page 223, Line 7 Page 223, Lines 10 - 17 Page 224, Lines 6 - 12 Page 224, Line 15 - Page 225, Line 1 Page 229, Line 14 - Page 230, Line 11 Page 230, Line 15 - Page 231, Line 2 Page 231, Lines 5 - 8 Page 232, Lines 6 - 8 Page 232, Lines 11 - 21 Page 233, Lines 5 - 13 Page 235, Lines 13 - 16 Page 236, Lines 1 - 4 Page 237, Lines 7 - 10 Page 238, Line 16 - Page 239, Line 5 Page 239, Lines 15 - 21 Page 250, Line 19 - Page 251, Line 17 Page 253, Line 8 - Page 254, Line 13 Page 258, Line 18 - Page 259, Line 14 Page 260, Line 3 - Page 262, Line 22 Page 264, Line 7 - Page 265, Line 17 Page 266, Line 6 - Page 268, Line 22 Page 277, Line 6 - Page 278, Line 16 Page 279, Lines 5 - 9 Page 284, Lines 6 - 19 Page 285, Lines 6 - 13 Page 300, Lines 1 - 21 Page 302, Lines 16 - 22 Page 312, Line 21 - Page 316, Line 6 Page 320, Line 1 - Page 321, Line 6 Page 321, Line 15 - Page 322, Line 4 Page 324, Lines 14 - 21 Page 325, Line 10 - Page 326, Line 5 Page 326, Line 21 - Page 327, Line 7 Page 327, Lines 11 - 21 Page 328, Line 18 - Page 329, Line 7 Page 329, Line 10 - Page 330, Line 1 Page 335, Lines 5 - 10 Page 337, Line 7 - Page 338, Line 2 Page 338, Line 8 - Page 339, Line 20 Page 340, Line 19 - Page 341, Line 22 Page 346, Line 17 - Page 347, Line 8 Page 352, Line 16 - Page 353, Line 10 DEPOSITION OF BRAD GROSSMAN (August 24, 2010) EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS: The Associated Press's Designation Page 54, Lines 20 - 23 One 3 Two, Inc.'s Objection Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: leading, vague) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 611 (objection to form: leading; argumentative, misstates testimony) Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Page 151, Line 8 - Page 153, Line 18 Page 151, Line 22 - 152, Line 6 Page 153 Lines 2 - 14 Page 205, Line 8 - Page 206, Line 4 Page 234, Line 10 - Page 239, Line 25 Page 234, Line 20 - Page 235, Line 2 Page 238 Lines 19 - 24 COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Brad Grossman (August 24, 2010) Page 23, Line 22 - Page 25, Line 5 Page 28, Line 21 - Page 30, Line 16 Page 149, Line 6 - Page 151, Line 6 Page 153, Line 19 - Page 154, Line 11 Page 198, Line 4 - Page 200, Line 16 Page 153, Line 19 - Page 154, Line 11 Page 201, Lines 6 - 17 Page 204, Line 9 - Page 205, Line 7 Page 211, Line 11 - Page 212, Line 24 Page 213, Lines 6 - 24 Page 231, Line 21 - Page 233, Line 3 DEPOSITION OF OLIVIA MARGARET PERCHES (September 23, 2009) EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS: The Associated Press's Designation Page 454, Line 12 - Page 458, Line 19 Page 456, Lines 4 - 8 Page 456, Lines 15 - 23 Page 457, Line 13 - Page 458, Line 2 One 3 Two, Inc.'s Objection Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge) Page 458, Lines 11 - 19 COUNTER-DESIGNATIONS: Olivia Margret Perches (September 23, 2009) Page 77, Line 20 Page 79, Line 4 Page 195, Line 3 Page 196, Line 8 DEFENDANT ONE 3 TWO'S RESPONSE TO OBJECTIONS AND COUNTERDESIGNATIONS OF PLAINTIFF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pursuant to Rule 26(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Counterclaim Defendant One 3 Two, Inc. d/b/a Obey Clothing ("One 3 Two") provides the following evidentiary objections to the following testimony the Associated Press expects to present by deposition at trial, as well additional designations of testimony: The Associated Press's Designation Deposition of James Danziger - (July 7, 2009) Page 50, Lines 13 14 One 3 Two, Inc.'s Objection Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Foundation) Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Foundation) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Page 68, Line 23 Line 69, Line 10 Page 85, Lines 6 20 Mannie Garcia - (March 5, 2010) Page 232, Line 22 Page 233, Line 3 Federal Rule of Evidence 402 (Relevance); this is an answer that does not appear to be to any question designated Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Foundation) Page 259, Lines 15 19 Gregory Payan - (April 6, 2010) Page 21, Lines 23 Page 22, Line 15 Federal Rule of Evidence 602 (Foundation); Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Federal Rule of Evidence 801 (Hearsay) Page, 70 Lines 14 22 Counterclaim Defendant One 3 Two, Inc. d/b/a Obey Clothing ("One 3 Two") also submits these additional counter-designations to the following witness testimony that was counter-designated by Plaintiff The Associated Press: Deposition of James Danziger - (July 7, 2009) Page 29, Lines 6 23 Page 32, Line 15 -- Page 33, Line 16 Page 51, Line 5 Mannie Garcia Vol. 2 (March 5, 2010) Page 329, Lines 2 - 7 14

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