The Authors Guild, Inc. et al v. Hathitrust et al
ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Harold Baer from Edward H. Rosenthal dated 11/16/2012 re: We are writing with the consent of counsel for Defendant-Intervenors National Federation of the Blind, et al. with respect to the briefing schedule for NFB's motion for costs and attorneys fees. The parties have agreed, subject to the Court's approval, that Plaintiffs' opposition to the motion will be served on or before 11/20/2012 and any reply by Defendants will be filed on or before 12/6/2012. This would result in both Defendants' and the NFB's motions for costs and attorneys' fees being on the same schedule and fully briefed by 12/6/2012. ENDORSEMENT: Same schedule seem appropriate - granted. (Signed by Judge Harold Baer on 11/20/2012) (mt)
11/16/2012 14:06 FAX
F.K.K.& S PC
FRANKFURT KURNIT KLEIN & SElZ
488 Madison Avenue
New Yorl<. New York 10022
DATE FILED: (
BY FACSIMILE (212)
HeHl. Harold Racl' • .II'.
Edward H. Rosenthal
(212) 826 ..SS24
United States District Judge
Southern District of New Yurk
500 Pearl SIred, Rm. 2230
YOI'k, New York 10007-1312
Dcar Judge Baer:
We represent the Plaintiffs in the ah()vc~captiont!d matter, We arc writing with the
consent of counsel I'm Ddcndani-lnlervcllol'S National Fcdcralion nrthc Blind, et ~tl. ("NFB")
with respect to the brieting schcduk~ [Cu' (he NFB's motion for costs and aLlorncy~' fees. The
parties have (tgrl.!cd, sul~jcct. to the Court's ~Ippr'()val, tbat Plnintiffs' opposition to the motion will
he !>cl'Ved on or before Novcmhl~r 20,2012 ::md any l'cply by Defendants will be filed 011 or
bdi:H't.~ December 6, 20[2, This wOlild result in both Ddcndanls' and the NI''1rs motions for
costs and attorneys' fees being on tbe s~nm; schedule and fully briefed by December 6,2012.
Edwar'd I L Rosenthal
Joseph Petersen, Esq. (vi,} cl1i~lil.
Robert Bcrnmcin. l~s9.. (via
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'Harold !Jaer, .;r.,
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Same schedule seems appropriate - granted.
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