Albritton v. Cisco Systems, Inc. et al

Filing 211

Unopposed MOTION for Leave to File Excess Pages by Eric Albritton. (Attachments: # 1 Text of Proposed Order)(Patton, Nicholas)

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Albritton v. Cisco Systems, Inc. et al Doc. 211 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS TYLER DIVISION ERIC M. ALBRITTON, Plaintiff v. CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. RICHARD FRENKEL, MAULLUN YEN and JOHN NOH, Defendants No. 6:08cv00089 PLAINTIFF'S UNOPPOSED MOTION TO EXCEED PAGE LIMIT Plaintiff respectfully requests leave to file his Response to Defendants' Motion in Limine (DE #191) in excess of the page limits permitted by Local Rule CV-7(a)(2) of the Eastern District of Texas. Plaintiff seeks leave to exceed the page limit in order to fully respond to the arguments presented by Defendants in their Motion Counsel for Plaintiff has conferred with Defendants' counsel and they are not opposed to this motion. WHEREFORE, Plaintiff respectfully requests that the Court grant his motion. Respectfully submitted, Nicholas H. Patton Texas Bar No.: 15631000 PATTON, TIDWELL & SCHROEDER, LLP 4605 Texas Boulevard - P. O. Box 5398 Texarkana, Texas 7550505398 (903) 792-7080 (903) 792-8233 (fax) nickpatton@texarkanalaw.com Dockets.Justia.com Patricia L. Peden LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA L. PEDEN 610 16th Street, Suite 400 Oakland, California 94612 Telephone: 510.268.8033 James A. Holmes Texas Bar No. 00784290 THE LAW OFFICE OF JAMES HOLMES, P.C. 635 South Main, Suite 203 Henderson, Texas 75654 903.657.2800 / 903.657.2855 (Fax) ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that all counsel of record who are deemed to have consented to electronic service are being served with a copy of this document via the Court's CM/ECF system per Local Rule CV-5(a)(3) on this 26th day of February, 2009. Nicholas H. Patton 2

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