I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc. et al

Filing 909

ORDER directing Defendants to respond to Plaintiff's Motion for Post-Judgment Royalties within 15 days of the entry of this Order; permitting Plaintiff to file a reply to Defendants' response within 7 days. Signed by District Judge Raymond A. Jackson and filed on 4/3/13. (mwin, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT p| j £ jj FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Norfolk Division APR - 3 2013 CLERK, US DISTRICT COURT I/P ENGINE, INC., NORFOLK, VA Plaintiff, CIVIL ACTION NO. 2:llcv512 V. AOLINC.,e/fl/., Defendants. ORDER On January 23, 2013, the Court granted Defendants' Motion to Postpone Briefing and Ruling on Plaintiffs Motion for Post-Judgment Royalties (ECF No. 847) in order to permit the Court to consider other post-trial motions. Having considered and ruled on several relevant posttrial motions, the Court is now prepared to consider Plaintiffs request for post-judgment royalties. As such, Defendants are ORDERED to respond to Plaintiffs Motion for PostJudgment Royalties within FIFTEEN (15) DAYS ofthe entry ofthis Order. Plaintiff is permitted to file areply to Defendants' response within SEVEN (7) DAYS, at which point, the motion will be ripe for judicial disposition. The Clerk is DIRECTED to send acopy ofthis Order to counsel and parties of record. IT IS SO ORDERED. RaymondA. Jackson Norfolk, Virginia April 3 ,2013 United States District Judge

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