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13-09-27 ITC Motion to Reschedule Motorola-Apple Appellate Hearing

13-09-27 ITC Motion to Reschedule Motorola-Apple Appellate Hearing

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2012-1666
U
NITED
S
TATES
C
OURT OF
A
PPEALS
 
FOR THE
F
EDERAL
C
IRCUIT
 
M
OTOROLA
M
OBILITY
LLC,(formerly known as Motorola Mobility, Inc.)
 Appellant 
,v.I
 NTERNATIONAL
T
RADE
C
OMMISSION
,
 Appellee,
and A
PPLE
I
 NC
.,
 Intervenor.
O
 N
A
PPEAL FROM THE
U
 NITED
S
TATES
I
 NTERNATIONAL
T
RADE
C
OMMISSION
 
IN
I
 NVESTIGATION
 N
O
. 337-TA-745
CONTINGENT MOTION TO RESCHEDULE ORAL ARGUMENT
The panel is scheduled to hear oral arguments in the above-captioned matter on Friday, October 11, 2013. Pending action in Congress, the federal governmentmay be required to shut down beginning Tuesday, October 1, 2013, for anindeterminate period of time. Counsel for Appellee U.S. International TradeCommission (“Commission”) will not be authorized to represent the Commissionshould a shutdown occur. A shutdown would affect not only counsel’s ability to
Case: 12-1666 Document: 77 Page: 1 Filed: 09/27/2013
 
adequately prepare for the argument, but could also possibly impact counsel’sability to attend the oral argument should the shutdown extend through October 11,2013.The Commission respectfully requests that the oral argument be rescheduled in the event the federal government does shut down on October 1, 2013. If theshutdown does not occur, the Commission requests that the panel disregard thismotion. The contingent nature of the request is due to the fact that theCommission is unable to predict whether a shutdown will, in fact, occur or howlong it might last. Once the shutdown begins, however, counsel for theCommission will not be able to present the request thereafter.Counsel for the Commission has conferred with counsel for MotorolaMobility LLC (“Appellant”) and counsel for Intervenor Apple Inc. (“Intervenor”).Intervenor’s and Appellant’s counsel indicate that they do not object to thecontingent request for rescheduling of the oral argument.
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Case: 12-1666 Document: 77 Page: 2 Filed: 09/27/2013
 
Respectfully submitted,/s/ Megan M. ValentineP
AUL
R.
 
B
ARDOS
,
 
A
CTING
G
ENERAL
C
OUNSEL
 W
AYNE
W.
 
H
ERRINGTON
,
 
A
SSISTANT
G
ENERAL
C
OUNSEL
 M
EGAN
M.
 
V
ALENTINE
,
 
A
TTORNEY
-A
DVISOR 
 U.S.
 
I
 NTERNATIONAL
T
RADE
C
OMMISSION
 500 E Street, S.W., Suite 707Washington, D.C. 20436Telephone: (202) 708-2301Facsimile: (202) 205-3111E-mail: Megan.Valentine@usitc.gov
 Attorneys for Appellee International Trade Commission
Date: September 27, 2013
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Case: 12-1666 Document: 77 Page: 3 Filed: 09/27/2013

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