Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Six4three, LLC, Plaintiff, represented by Basil Peter Fthenakis , Criterion Law.
Six4three, LLC, Plaintiff, represented by David S. Godkin , Birnbaum and Godkin & James E. Kruzer , Birnbaum and Godkin, LLP.
Facebook, Inc., Defendant, represented by Sonal N. Mehta , Durie Tangri, Catherine Y. Kim , Durie Tangri LLP & Laura Elizabeth Miller , Durie Tangri LLP.
ORDER GRANTING REQUEST TO FILE A SURREPLY AND REQUESTING RESPONSE FROM PLAINTIFF
WILLIAM ALSUP, District Judge.
Facebook objects to Six4Three's inclusion of seventeen exhibits appended to a reply declaration in support of its motion to remand and to Six4Three's use of excessive footnotes in smaller than 12-point font and more than twenty-eight lines per page in an effort to squeeze new arguments into its reply in violation of this Court's formatting requirements. Facebook may submit a surreply NOT TO EXCEED FIVE PAGES by FEBRUARY 15 AT 2:00 P.M.
Facebook may not use this surreply as an opportunity to restate its arguments in opposition. Any material in the surreply not directed at new arguments or evidence raised for the first time on reply will be stricken.
Additionally, by FEBRUARY 15 AT 2:00 P.M., plaintiff shall state unequivocally whether it will rely in any way on any federal law to support its claims herein. The response must be either "yes" or "no." If the answer is "no," plaintiff will be bound to that answer and on remand may not rely on any federal law.
IT IS SO ORDERED.