Email, But Don’t File, Exihbits for the Oral Hearing

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In MotivePower, Inc. v. Cutsforth, Inc., IPR2013-00272, Paper 30 (August 5, 2014), one of the parties mistakenly filed, rather than emailed, their exhibits for the Oral Hearing.  The Board expunged the improperly filed exhibits, and reminded parties that these exhibits should be emailed to the Board, but not filed.

Topics:  Discovery, Email, Evidentiary Hearings

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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