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Gogo Tribe of Tanzania et al v. Google Corporation of Mountain View, California et al - Document No. 3

Gogo Tribe of Tanzania et al v. Google Corporation of Mountain View, California et al - Document No. 3

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NOTICE to Pro Se Litigant. Party notified, filed. (kosborne, ) 4:2007cv03087 Texas Southern District Court
NOTICE to Pro Se Litigant. Party notified, filed. (kosborne, ) 4:2007cv03087 Texas Southern District Court

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
NOTICE THAT YOUR COMPLAINT HAS BEEN FILED
It was filed on September 18, 2007
The style of the case is
Gogo Tribe of Tanzania v. Google Corporation of Mountain View, California

The case number is4:07\u2212cv\u221203087
The District Judge assigned to your case is Judge Nancy F. Atlas
The nature of the claim is Mandamus NOS: 540
Please write or type the civil action number on the front of all letters and documents.

Please address all mail to:

United States District Clerk's Office
P. O. Box 61010
Houston, Texas 77208\u22121010

The case will be handled in the ordinary course of the Court's work. Writing the
Court to ask about your case will only SLOW the process.
Date: September 24, 2007
Michael N. Milby, Clerk
Case 4:07-cv-03087 Document 3
Filed 09/24/2007 Page 1 of 3
Gogo Tribe of Tanzania et al v. Google Corporation of Mountain View, California et al
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
NOTICE OF THE RIGHT TO TRY
A CIVIL CASE BEFORE A MAGISTRATE JUDGE
With the consent of all the parties, a United States Magistrate Judge may
preside in a civil case, including jury trial and final judgment.

The choice of trial before a magistrate judge is entirely yours. Tell only
the clerk. Neither the judge or magistrate judge will be told until all the parties
agree.

The district judge to whom your case is assigned must approve the referral
to a magistrate judge.
You may get consent forms from the clerk.
Michael N. Milby, Clerk
Case 4:07-cv-03087 Document 3
Filed 09/24/2007 Page 2 of 3

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