TechRadium v. Twitter, Inc.

Filing 3

Agreed MOTION for Extension of Time File Answer by TechRadium, filed. Motion Docket Date 10/8/2009. (Attachments: # 1 Proposed Order Extension of time to file Answer)(Staples, William)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS HOUSTON DIVISION TECHRADIUM, INC. Plaintiff v. TWITTER, INC. Defendant Civil Action No. 09-2490 Jury AGREED APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO ANSWER COMPLAINT 1. This is a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Plaintiff, TechRadium, Inc. against Defendant Twitter, Inc. on August 4, 2009. Defendant was served with process on August 13, 2009 via certified mail. Defendant's Answer was due on or about September 2, 2009. 2. The parties have agreed and stipulated to extend the deadline for Defendant to file its Answer until October 2, 2009. WHEREFORE, the parties request that the Court sign the attached order setting October 2, 2009 as the deadline for Defendant to file its answer. Respectfully submitted, /s/ W. Shawn Staples_____ W. Shawn Staples TBN 00788457 S.D.Tex. No. 17122 The Mostyn Law Firm 3810 W. Alabama St. Houston, Texas 77027 Tel: 713-861-6616 Fax: 713-861-8084 Email: wsstaples@mostynlaw.com Attorney in Charge for TechRadium, Inc. Page 1 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that on September 15, 2009 a true and correct copy of this document was filed via the Court's ECF system pursuant to LR5.1. The notice of electronic filing generated by the ECF system constitutes service of the document on counsel who are registered users of the system. Any other counsel of record will be served pursuant to FRCP 5(b) on this same date. Those hereby served include the following: Lynn H. Pasahow David D. Schumann Fenwick & West LLP 555 California Street San Francisco, CA 94104 /s/ W. Shawn Staples W. Shawn Staples Page 2

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