Shell Offshore Inc., et al. v. Greenpeace, Inc., et al.
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. The Temporary Restraining Order was initially effective until March 14, 2012.It was extended for an additional 14 days until March 28, 2012 when Greenpeace, Inc.,which is also known as Greenpeace USA, sought additional time to file its opposition to theMotion for Preliminary Injunction.
Greenpeace USA filed its opposition to the Motion for Preliminary Injunction onMarch 12, 2012.
With that opposition, it submitted sworn declarations from ThomasWetterer, Greenpeace USA’s General Counsel;
Nathan Santry, Greenpeace USA’sDirector of Actions;
and Anthony Ford, a mariner who is currently employed as the shiphandling Senior Instructor at United States Navy ship simulators.
Shell filed its reply on March 16, 2012.
With its reply, it included sworn declarationsfrom William Kupchin, the Aviation Manager for Shell’s planned Arctic operations;
Stephen Phelps, the Exploration and Appraisal Manager for the summer drilling plans;
and John Kaighin, the Marine Manager responsible for all vessels supporting the Arcticoperations.
In addition, Shell filed extensive exhibits with the court including both
Docket 43 ¶ 7.
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