Actus, LLC v. Bank of America Corp. et al

Filing 92

ORDER granting 86 Motion for Extension of Time to File. Defendant MasterCard International, Inc. may file a Reply in Support of its Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs Claims Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(B) (1), 12 (B)(6) and 12(B)(7) and Memorandum of Law in Support on or before August 7, 2009. Signed by Judge T. John Ward on 6/9/09. (ch, )

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Actus, LLC v. Bank of America Corp. et al Doc. 92 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS MARSHALL DIVISION ACTUS, LLC, Plaintiff, VS. BANK OF AMERICA CORP.; BLAZE MOBILE, INC.; CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORP.; ENABLE HOLDINGS, INC.; GOOGLE, INC.; GREEN DOT CORP.; JAVIENDIGITALPAYMENT SOLUTIONS, INC.; JPMORGAN CHASE & CO.; MASTERCARD INTERNATIONAL, INC.; META FINANCIAL GROUP, INC.; M&T BANK CORP.; OBOPAY, INC.; SONIC SOLUTIONS; VISA, INC.; VIVENDI UNIVERSAL U.S. HOLDING CO.; VIVENDI UNIVERSAL, SA; W AL-MART STORES, INC.; THE WALT DISNEY CO.; THE WESTERN UNION CO.; WILDTANGENT, INC.; AGILECO, Defendants. Civil Action No: 2:09-cv-I02 Jury ORDER Before the Court is the Joint Motion for Extension of Certain Deadlines. After careful consideration, the Court concludes that the Motion should be GRANTED. It is therefore ORDERED that the Joint Motion for Extension of Certain Deadlines is GRANTED. It is further ORDERED that Plaintiff Actus, LLC may file its Response to Dockets.Justia.com MasterCard International, Inc.'s Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs Claims Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(B)(1), 12 (B)(6) and 12(B)(7) and Memorandum of Law in Support on or before July 17, 2009. It is further ORDERED that Defendant MasterCard International, Inc. may file a Reply in Support of its Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs Claims Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(B)(1), 12 (B)(6) and 12(B)(7) and Memorandum of Law in Support on or before August 7, 2009. SIGNED this 9th day of June, 2009. __________________________________________ T. JOHN WARD UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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