Mirror Worlds, LLC v. Apple, Inc.
ORDER REGARDING EXHIBITS. Signed by Judge Leonard Davis on 9/14/2010. (gsg)
Mirror Worlds, LLC v. Apple, Inc.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS TYLER DIVISION MIRROR WORLDS, LLC Plaintiffs vs APPLE, INC. Defendant § § § § § § § § §
CASE NO. 6:08-CV-88 PATENT CASE
ORDER REGARDING EXHIBITS The Court enters this order sua sponte. Due to the voluminous exhibits expected to be tendered during the trial of this case, the Court ORDERS the following: A. On the first day of trial, each party is required to have on hand the following: (1) One (1) copy of their respective original exhibits. Each exhibit shall be properly labeled with the following information: Identified as either Plaintiff's or Defendants' Exhibit, the Exhibit Number and the Case Number. In addition, exhibits shall be placed in properly marked manilla folders and contained in a box with handles. (2) Three (3) hard copies of their exhibit list and witness list. These lists shall be tendered to the Courtroom Administrator at the beginning of trial. B. During trial and on a daily basis, each party shall tender to the Court a list of exhibits admitted for each day. For Example, Plaintiff will submit a document named: "PLAINTIFF'S LIST OF EXHIBITS ADMITTED ON MONDAY,
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SEPTEMBER 20, 2010." Said list will contain a list of exhibits numbers admitted that day. A description of the exhibits is not necessary, just a list containing the exhibit numbers. These lists are to be submitted on the following morning. For example, Monday, September 20, 2010's list will be tendered on Tuesday morning, and so on until the conclusion of trial. C. At the conclusion of the evidentiary phase of trial, each party is to gather only those exhibits admitted during trial and tender those to the Courtroom Administrator. The Courtroom Administrator shall verify the exhibits and tender them to the jury for their deliberations. D. At the conclusion of trial, all boxes of exhibits shall be returned to the respective parties and the parties are instructed to remove these exhibits from the courtroom. E. Within five business days of the conclusion of trial, each party shall submit to the Court (to Chambers): (1) A hard copy of Final Exhibit List of Exhibits Admitted During Trial, listing only the exhibits admitted at trial, and in addition provide the Court a disk containing this document in WordPerfect or Word format. For Example: Plaintiff will tender a list entitled, "Plaintiff's Final Exhibit List of Exhibits Admitted During Trial." (2) A disk or disks containing their respective admitted trial exhibits in PDF format, with the exception of sealed exhibits. If the Court ordered any exhibits sealed during trial, the Sealed Exhibits shall be copied on a separate disk. If tangible or over-sized exhibits were admitted, such exhibits shall be
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substituted with a photograph to be converted to a PDF file and shall be included in the Court's disk of admitted exhibits. (3) A disk or disks containing the transcripts of Video Depositions played during trial, along with a copy of the actual video deposition. F. After verification of final exhibit lists, the Courtroom Administrator shall file and docket the lists, and the disk or disks containing the exhibits in PDF format shall be stored in the Clerk's Office, Tyler Division.
So ORDERED and SIGNED this 14th day of September, 2010.
__________________________________ LEONARD DAVIS UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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