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Case 1:10-cv-10216-NMG Document 82

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS
BOSTON DIVISION
JAGEX LIMITED,
PLAINTIFF,
v.
IMPULSE SOFTWARE,
ERIC SNELLMAN, and
MARK SNELLMAN
DEFENDANTS.
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Case No. 1:10-cv-10216

DEFENDANTS’ EMERGENCY MOTION FOR LEAVE
TO FILE AN EMERGENCY MOTION FOR SANCTIONS IN EXCESS OF TWENTY PAGES
Defendants, IMPULSE SOFTWARE, ERIC SNELLMAN and MARK SNELLMAN (hereinafter
“Defendants”), by and through their undersigned attorneys hereby submit their Emergency Motion for Leave to
File an EMERGENCY Motion in Excess of Twenty (20) Pages. The EMERGENCY motion which is in excess of
20 pages is for Sanctions Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(b), (c) and 45(c) for Plaintiff and its
attorneys’ blatant disregard of this Court’s Protective Order [Dkt. No. 60] through the filing of a sham
proceeding in the Central District of California for the sole purpose of issuing a third subpoena to PayPal under
false pretenses to obtain Defendants’ confidential documents that were previously produced in the instant
case with the designation of CONFIDENTIAL-OUTSIDE ATTORNEY’S EYES ONLY so that Plaintiff’s attorneys
could provide such confidential information to their client.
Defendants are bringing this matter to the attention of this Court as an EMERGENCY Motion because
Jagex is using the improperly obtained confidential documents to threaten Defendants’ customers, which is
resulting in immediate and irreparable harm to Defendants’ business. Plaintiff is unyielding and refuses to
cease its inappropriate actions. If Plaintiff’s conduct is allowed to continue much longer, Defendants’ business
will be completely destroyed.

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Defendants further submit that this matter does not violate this Court’s Directive [Dkt. No. 76] of
October 14, 2011 since not only were Defendants unaware of the actions taken by Plaintiffs until October 25,
2011 (even though Plaintiffs’ counsel had a duty to inform Defendants’ counsel months earlier), but this is not a
discovery dispute, but rather a request for sanctions for violating this Court’s Protective Order and to right the
ongoing wrong improperly inflicted upon Defendants.
Defendants request to be permitted to file their EMERGENCY Motion for Sanctions with twenty-four
(24) pages. A copy of the EMERGENCY MOTION for Sanctions, without the exhibits, is attached hereto and
marked as Exhibit “A.” The Factual Background of Defendants’ EMERGENCY Motion for Sanctions ends on
page 13. Defendants’ Memorandum of Law begins on page 13 and concludes page 23 (11 pages), and page
24 is required for page of the signature block and the Certificate of Service.
CERTIFICATE UNDER LOCAL RULE 7.1(A)(2)
I certify that counsel for Defendants conferred with counsel for Plaintiff and Plaintiff objects to the filing
of the EMERGENCY MOTION for Sanctions. Counsel for Plaintiff requested that counsel for Defendants attach
Plaintiff’s October 28, 2011 letter in this section. A true and correct copy of Plaintiff’s October 28, 2011 letter is
attached hereto and marked as Exhibit “B”. A true and correct copy of Defendants’ response, dated October
28, 2011 is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit “C”.
Dated this 29th day of October, 2011.
Respectfully submitted,
IMPULSE SOFTWARE, et al
By its attorneys,
/s/ Terry M. Sanks___
BEUSSE WOLTER SANKS MORA & MAIRE, P.A.
Terry M. Sanks (Florida Bar No. 0154430)
Amber N. Davis (Florida Bar No. 0026628)
390 North Orange Avenue, Suite 2500
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: (407) 926-7700
Facsimile: (407) 926-7720
tsanks@iplawfl.com
adavis@iplawfl.com
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Lead Counsel to Defendants
-AndHOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP
Ieuan G. Mahony (BBO #552349)
HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP
10 St. James Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 523-2700
ieuan.mahony@hklaw.com
Local Counsel to Defendants
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing was filed with the Court on the 29th
day of October 2011, by utilizing the CM ECF System which will serve a copy of the foregoing via E-mail upon
the following interested parties: Christopher Roth, Esquire, (croth@bannerwitcoff.com); Peter McDermott,
Esquire, (pmcdermott@bannerwitcoff.com); Ross Alan Dannenberg, Esquire,
(rdannenberg@bannerwitcoff.com); Erin E. Bryan, (ebryan@bannerwitcoff.com); Timothy Meece,
(tmeece@bannerwitcoff.com); and V. Bryan Medlock, (bmedlock@bannerwitcoff.com); Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.,
1100 13th Street, N.W., Suite 1200, Washington, D.C., 20005-4051.
/s/ Terry M. Sanks
Attorney

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