United States District Court, N.D. California
In re Artem Koshkalda, Debtor.
Seiko Epson Corporation, et. al., Appellees. Artem Koshkalda, Appellant,
ORDER DIRECTING PARTIES TO PERFECT RECORD RE: DKT.
GONZALEZ ROGERS UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT JUDGE.
advised previously in a notice from the Clerk of the Court
(see Dkt. No. 2), before briefing can begin, the
parties must first perfect the record.
to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure (“FRBP”)
8009(a)(1)(A), the “appellant must file with the
bankruptcy clerk and serve on the appellee a designation of
the items to be included in the record on appeal and a
statement of the issues to be presented.” As noted in
the Bankruptcy Docket, this filing was due by September 24,
2019, i.e. 14 days after the filing of the notice of
appeal. FRBP § 8009(a)(1)(B). Pursuant to FRBP
8009(a)(4), the record on appeal must include the
. docket entries kept by the bankruptcy
. items designated by the parties;
. the notice of appeal;
. the judgment, order, or decree being
. any order granting leave to appeal;
. any opinion, findings of fact, and
conclusions of law relating to the issues on appeal,
including transcripts and oral rulings; and
. any statement of the evidence prepared by
appellant where a transcript is unavailable.
the Bankruptcy Court has transmitted the perfected record,
appellant shall file and serve his opening brief within
thirty (30) days.
is reminded that FRBP 8014(a) dictates what must be included
in appellant's brief. The appellant's brief must
contain the following under appropriate headings and in the
(1) a corporate disclosure statement, if required by ...