Eolas Technologies Incorporated v. Adobe Systems Incorporated et al

Filing 717

ORDER granting 713 Motion to Expedite Briefing. Deft Adobe Systems shall file any brief in opposition to pltf's Motion to Compel Discovery no later than 6-24-2011, and pltf shall file any reply brief no later than 6-27-2011. Signed by Judge Leonard Davis on 06/21/11. cc:attys 6-21-11 (mll, )

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Case 6:09-cv-00446-LED Document 713-1 Filed 06/20/11 Page 1 of 1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS TYLER DIVISION Eolas Technologies Incorporated, Plaintiff, vs. Adobe Systems Inc., Amazon.com, Inc., Apple Inc., Argosy Publishing, Inc., Blockbuster Inc., CDW Corp., Citigroup Inc., eBay Inc., Frito-Lay, Inc., The Go Daddy Group, Inc., Google Inc., J.C. Penney Company, Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., New Frontier Media, Inc., Office Depot, Inc., Perot Systems Corp., Playboy Enterprises International, Inc., Rent-A-Center, Inc., Staples, Inc., Sun Microsystems Inc., Texas Instruments Inc., Yahoo! Inc., and YouTube, LLC Defendants. § § § Civil Action No. 6:09-CV-00446-LED § § § § JURY TRIAL § § § § § § § § § § § § § ORDER GRANTING UNOPPOSED MOTION FOR EXPEDITED BRIEFING ON EOLAS’ MOTION TO COMPEL DISCOVERY FROM ADOBE SYSTEMS INC. REGARDING INVESTMENT/LICENSING AGREEMENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL VENTURES ENTITIES The Court, having considered Eolas Technologies Inc.’s (“Plaintiff”) Unopposed Motion for Expedited Briefing on Eolas’ Motion to Compel Discovery from Adobe Systems Inc. Regarding Investment Licensing Agreements with Intellectual Ventures Entities and finding good cause supporting it, finds the Motion should be granted. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Defendant file any brief in opposition to Plaintiff’s motion no later than June 24, 2011, and that Plaintiff file any reply brief no later than June 27, 2011. Dallas 325107v1 So ORDERED and SIGNED this 21st day of June, 2011. __________________________________ LEONARD DAVIS UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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