Free Rejection Letter - District Court of Delaware - Delaware

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Case 1 :04-cv-01266-SLR Document 201 Filed 1 1/28/2005 Page 1 of 2
Peter T. Dalleo LOCKBOX 18
CLERK or count 844 KING STREET
(302) 573-6170
DATE: ll/28/05
TO: Karen McKinley, Esg.
RE: CA# 04-1266-SLR CASE CAPTION: Teleglobe Comm., et al., v. BCE Inc., et al.
DOCUMENT TITLE: Second Supplemental Disclosures
As noted below, a document or a courtesy copy has been filed in the above noted case which does
not conform to one or more of the Administrative Procedures Goveming Filing and Service by Electronic
Means, or other local rules/practices. The Court will take no action on the filed document until the
following discrepancies are corrected:
EI Copy must be properly bound. Rubber bands and binder clips are not acceptable bindings
(e.g. Brief] Appendix).
EI Courtesy copy not received by next business day.
lj Redacted copy of sealed document not received within 5 business days.
EI Pro Hac Vice fee not yet paid.
D The attorney account used for filing a document does not agree with the signature (either
electronic or /s/) on the document.
lj Certificate of Service not included with the document.
X Discovery document(s) erroneously filed: DI# _200_W will be removed from the docket.
D 7.1 .l statement required with non-dispositive motions was not included with the document.
EI Request for extension of discovery or tr·ial deadline lacks proof of notification to the client,
or lacks the reasons for the request.
lj Brief exceeds the page limitations .
D Brief does not include a paginated table of contents/citations.
D Diskette or CD exceeds 2.5 megabytes. Please divide document into multiple files that do
not exceed the size limitation and resubmit to the Clerk’s Office for filing.
lj Document not in PDF format. Provide disk/CD with document in PDF format.
D Document not readable in PDF reader, or EI appears to be missing pages.
X Other: see Local Rule 5.4, only a certificate of service should be filed with the court.
If there are any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact this office. Also,
ECF Tips on our web site may be of interest to you, viewable at http:www.ded.uscourts.g0v.
cc: Assigned Judge fsf Francesca Tassone
(Rev. 5/cs; Dfbpllty Cl€I'i{

Case 1 :04-cv-01266-SLR Document 201 Filed 1 1/28/2005 Page 2 of 2
RULE 5.4. Discovery Materials Not Filed Unless Ordered or Needed.
(a) Service Without Filing. Except in cases involving pro se parties, all requests for
discovery under Fed. R. Civ. P. 31, 33 through 36, and 45, and answem and responses
thereto, and all required disclosures under Fed. K Civ. P. 26(a), shall be served upon other
counsel or panics but shall not be filed with the Court. In lieu thereoi the party requesting
discovery and the party serving responses thereto shall file with the Court a "Notice of Service"
containing the following: _
(1) a certification that a particular form of discovery or response was served on other counsel
or opposing parties, and ·
(2) the date and manner of service. Filing the notice of taking of oral depositions required by
Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(b)(l), and filing of proof of service under Fed. K Civ. P. 45(b)(3) in
connection with subpoenas, will satisfy the requirement of tiling a "Notice of Service." In
cases involving pro se parties; all requests fordiscovery under Fed. R. Civ. P. 3 l, 33
through 36, and 45, and answers and responses thereto, shall be served upon other counsel
or parties and tiled with the Court
(b) Retention of Originals. The party responsible for service of the request for discovery and the
party responsible for the response shall retain the originals and become the custodian of them
The party taking an oral deposition shall be custodian of the original; no copy shall be tiled
except pursuant to subparagraph (c). In cases involving out-of-state counsel, local counsel
shall be the custodian.
(c) Filing Where Necessary. If depositions, interrogatories, requests for documents, requests
for admissions, answers or responses are to be used at trial or are necessary to a pretrial or
post trial motion, the verbatim portions thereof considered pertinent by the parties shall be filed
with the Court when relied upon.
h (d) Appeals. When discovery not previously filed with the Court is needed for appeal purposes,
the Court, on its own motion, on motion by any party or by stipulation of cormsd, shall order
(e) Orders to File the Original. The Court on its own motion, on motion by any party or on
applicationby a non-party, mayorde1·ti1ecr1stodianto file the originalofauy discovery
(I) Notice of Filing. Whendiscovery materials are to be filed withthe Court otherthanduring
page,d1ereasonforE1ingmd(2)seuingford1miternized.hstofdmmatcriaL r
.$‘0urce: Famer Delaware Local Rule 4. LE. with revrlsiorrs, including rcvLs·i0n.s· to conform to the
1993 Amendments to Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(a).