Serve But Don’t File Supplemental Evidence

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In Stewart Title Guaranty Company v. Segin Software LLC, CBM2014-00051, paper 20 (August 13, 2014), the Board reminded parties that a party may rely on supplmental evidence when there is an objection to an Exhibit, supplemental, and that under Rule 42.64(b)(2) the supplemental evidence should be served on the objecting party, but it is not not to be filed with Board without authorization to do so.

Topics:  Evidence, Supplemental Evidence

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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