Sur-Reply Not Permitted by Scheduling Order is Not Allowed, Said Judge Roman

Radiancy v. Viatek Consumer Products Group

Case Number: 1:13-cv-03767-NSR-LMS (Dkts. 48)

Defendant sent the court a five-page letter complaining of the insufficiency of plaintiff’s infringement contentions.  The court denied the application, stating “the parties are directed to comply with the court’s scheduling order.”

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