I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc. et al
ORDER, AGREED re. 412 Motion to Amend/Correct Motion 346 to Close the Courtroom. The Scheduling Order is modified as follows: 1. Scheduling Order is hereby modified to include the following deadlines for the briefing of Defendants' Motion to Close Courtroom (Dkt. No. 346): Plaintiff shall file its response to the Defendants' Motion to Close Courtroom on or before October 1,2012; and Defendant shall file its Reply Brief in Support of Defendants' Motion to CloseCourtroom on or before October 4,2012.2. Modification of the Scheduling Order shall not adjust the other dates set forth in the Scheduling Order, including, without limitation, the trial date. Entered and filed 9/27/12. (Signed by Magistrate Judge F. Bradford Stillman on 9/27/12). (ecav, ) (Additional attachment(s) added on 9/27/2012: # 1 Letter) (ecav, ).
Kaufman & Canoles, P.C.
150 West Main Street
Norfolk, VA 23510
attorneys at law
Post Office Box 3037
Norfolk, VA 23514
T (757) 624.3000
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Stephen E. Noona
September 25, 2012
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Fernando Galindo, Clerk
United States District Court
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Norfolk, VA 23510
I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL Inc., Google, Inc., IAC Search & Media, Inc.,
Gannett Co., Inc. and Target Corporation
Case No. 2:11-cv-512 (RAJ-FBS)
Matter No. 146713
Dear Mr. Galindo:
i to the parties'Moint Motion and Memorandum in Support of
filed in the above matter on September 25. 2012. Please
present this Order to Judge Stillman for his consideration.
Please call me if you have questions.
Vepy truly yours,
Jeffrey K. Sherwood, Esq. (via email)
Kenneth W. Brothers, Esq. (via email)
Donald C. Schultz, Esq. (via email)
W. Ryan Snow, Esq. (via email)
Steven Stancliff, Esq. (via email)
David Bilsker, Esq. (via email)
David A. Perlson, Esq. (via email)
Robert L. Burns, Esq. (via email)
Cortney S. Alexander, Esq. (via email)
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