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High Point v. Buyer's Direct - 2d NOA

High Point v. Buyer's Direct - 2d NOA

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High Point v. Buyer's Direct - 2d NOA
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
 ___________________________________ x : HIGH POINT DESIGN LLC, : : Plaintiff : : v. : : BUYER’S DIRECT INC., : : Civil Action No. 11-cv-4530-KBF Defendant :  ___________________________________ : : BUYER’S DIRECT INC., : : Counterclaim Plaintiff/ : Third-Party Plaintiff : : v. : : HIGH POINT DESIGN LLC, : : Counterclaim Defendant, : : MEIJER, INC., SEARS HOLDINGS : CORPORATION, AND WAL-MART : STORES, INC., : : Third-Party Defendants :  ___________________________________ x
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
 that Defendant/Third-Party Plaintiff Buyer’s Direct, Inc. (“BDI”) in the above captioned case hereby appeals to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit from the Court’s Opinion and Order and Judgment entered March 26, 2014 and March 31, 2014, respectively (ECF Nos. 121 and 124): (a) granting summary judgment to Plaintiff and Third-Party Defendants as to anticipation of U.S. Patent No. D598,183 (“the ‘183  patent”); (b) finding no triable issue of fact as to infringement of the ‘183 patent; (c) denying
NOTICE OF APPEAL
Case 1:11-cv-04530-KBF Document 125 Filed 04/29/14 Page 1 of 3
 
2 BDI’s motions for discovery pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 56(d); (d) denying BDI’s motion for leave to amend its trade dress infringement claim; and (e) granting Plaintiff and Third-Party Defendants' motion for dismissal of BDI’s trade dress claim. Dated: April 29, 2014 Attorneys for Defendant/Third-Party Plaintiff /s/ Andrew M. Ollis James F. Rittinger Michael Hugh Gibson 230 Park Avenue, Suite 1130  New York, New York 10169 Telephone: (212) 818-9200 Facsimile: (212) 818-9606 Andrew M. Ollis (admitted pro hac vice) aollis@oblon.com Tia D. Fenton (admitted pro hac vice) tfenton@oblon.com Jonathan Hudis  jhudis@oblon.com Lisa M. Mandrusiak (admitted pro hac vice) lmandrusiak@oblon.com OBLON, SPIVAK, McCLELLAND, MAIER & NEUSTADE, L.L.P. 1940 Duke Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314 Telephone: (703) 413-3000 Facsimile: (703) 413-2220
Case 1:11-cv-04530-KBF Document 125 Filed 04/29/14 Page 2 of 3

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