Northeastern University et al v. Google, Inc.,

Filing 192

Minute Entry for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Charles Everingham: Initial Pretrial Conference held on 3/29/2011. (Court Reporter Shelly Holmes, CSR.) (Attachments: # 1 Attorney Sign-in Sheet) (jml)

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Northeastern University et al v. Google, Inc., Doc. 192 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS MARSHALL DIVISION NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, ET AL VS. GOOGLE, INC. 2:07-CV-486 (CE) Pretrial Conference Minutes March 29, 2011 OPEN: 9:07 a.m. ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFFS: ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT: LAW CLERK: COURT REPORTER: COURTROOM DEPUTY: ADJOURN: 10:10 a.m. See attached. See attached. Scott Woloson Shelly Holmes, CSR Jan Lockhart 9:07 a.m. Court opened. The attorneys announced ready. Jury selection will be held in Judge Ward's courtroom around 11:00 a.m. on April 4, 2011; 7-person jury; 4 strikes per side; 30 minutes per side for voir dire; opening statements 45 minutes per side; and 13 hours per side to try the case. Trial will begin on April 11th at 8:30 a.m. in the downstairs courtroom. Dates for trial will be April 11-13; and April 18-19. The completed jury questionnaires will be available for copying the morning of March 31, 2011. The patent video will be shown prior to jury selection. The parties have agreements with respect to damages. The Court heard argument and made rulings on the parties' motions in limine The Court denied the Defendant's request that the Plaintiff be required to bring a particular corporate representative to trial. The parties will bring a list of exhibits to be pre-admitted to jury selection. The Court will give the parties guidelines regarding any "interim" statements to be used on the fourth day of trial. 10:10 a.m. Court adjourned. Dockets.Justia.com

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