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In Re Google Inc.

May 17, 2013

IN RE GOOGLE INC., ANDROID CONSUMER PRIVACY LITIGATION


The opinion of the court was delivered by: Jeffrey S. White United States District Judge

This Document Relates to STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED]

ALL CASES PAGE LIMIT AS MODIFIED HEREIN 22 TROY YUNCKER, EDGAR DURAN, ROBERT 23 HODSON, AND RALPH PETROSINO, Case No. 11 3113 JSW individually and on behalf of all others similarly 24 situated, ORDER RE: MODIFICATION OF Plaintiff, v. PANDORA MEDIA, INC., Defendant.

2 hereby stipulate to the following: 3

The parties in the above-entitled actions, by and through their respective attorneys,

WHEREAS, plaintiffs in the Android action have filed a Second Amended Class Action Complaint ("SAC") that alleges claims for relief against defendant Google acting in multiple 5 capacities; 6 7 pretrial proceedings by the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation; 8 9 separate claims for relief against defendant Pandora; 10 11 to the SACs filed in their respective actions, including any Motions to Dismiss, shall be filed on 12 or before May 30, 2013, that if Google and/or Pandora chooses to file a Motion to Dismiss, Pandora's Replies to Plaintiffs' Oppositions shall be filed and served on or before July 8, 2013; 15 16 asserted in the respective SACs; 17

18 opposition to, or in reply to a motion, except motions for summary judgment or claim 19 construction, shall not exceed 15 pages; sufficiency of each of the claims asserted in the Android SAC, as well as separate arguments 22 relating to the different capacities in which Google has been sued, which arguments collectively 23 involve complex areas of federal and state law and will require space beyond the 15-page default 24 limit set by this Court's Civil Standing Order;

WHEREAS, Pandora's Motion to Dismiss will require separate arguments as to the sufficiency of each of the claims asserted in the Yuncker SAC, including as those claims apply to 27 three newly added plaintiffs who used different versions of the Pandora mobile applications, 28

WHEREAS, the Android action involves nine separate cases coordinated in this Court for

WHEREAS, plaintiff in the Yuncker action has filed an SAC that alleges multiple

WHEREAS, on April 23, 2013, the Court ordered that Google's and Pandora's responses

Plaintiffs' Oppositions shall be filed on or before June 20, 2013, and that Google's and 14

WHEREAS, Google and Pandora intend to file a Motion to Dismiss each of the claims

WHEREAS, this Court's Civil Standing Orders specify that a brief in support of, in

WHEREAS, Google's Motion to Dismiss will require separate arguments as to the which arguments involve complex areas of law and will require space beyond the 15-page 2 default ...


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