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Full title: Acknowledgment of Receipt by District Court of Notice of Appeal to District Court. Case Number: 21-cv-01512-CRB (RE: related document(s)1205 Notice of Appeal and Statement of Election, 1233 Transmission of Notice of Appeal to District Court). (klr) (Entered: 03/04/2021)

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When the parties have perfected the record on appeal in accordance with the federal and loc18 bankruptcy rules, the Bankruptcy Court will transmit to this court either the record or a notice tthe record is available electronically.Pursuant to the federal and local bankruptcy rules, unless the assigned District Judge orders 20 otherwise, briefs in this matter shall be due in accordance with the following schedule: 22 Appellee’s principal and response brief: no more than 30 days after service of appellant's brIf the appellee has filed a cross-appeal, the brief of appellee shall contain both the issues and 23 arguments pertinent to the cross-appeal and the response to the appellant’s brief. 25 Appellee’s reply brief: no more than14 days after service of the appellant’s response and rebrief, but also no more than 7 days before scheduled argument. 27 1 Pursuant to B.L.R 8019-1, upon completion of the briefing, the assigned District Judge will set date for oral argument, unless the judge determines that oral argument is unnecessary under the 2 Bankruptcy Local Rules; in that case, the matter will be deemed submitted for decision.

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1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 3 4 IN RE: WAVE COMPUTING INC, 5 Case No. 21-cv-01512-CRB 6 7 8 9 10 11 RE: Canyon Bridge Fund 12 Bankruptcy Case: 20-50682 MEH 13 Adversary No.: 14 BAP No.: 15 Appellant: Canyon Bridge Fund 16 The appeal has been assigned the following case number, 21-cv-01512-CRBbefore the Honorable Charles R. Breyer . 17 When the parties have perfected the record on appeal in accordance with the federal and loc18 bankruptcy rules, the Bankruptcy Court will transmit to this court either the record or a notice tthe record is available electronically. 19 Pursuant to the federal and local bankruptcy rules, unless the assigned District Judge orders 20 otherwise, briefs in this matter shall be due in accordance with the following schedule: Appellant’s principal brief: no more than 30 days after docketing of notice that the record h21 been transmitted or is available electronically on the District Court’s docket. 22 Appellee’s principal and response brief: no more than 30 days after service of appellant's brIf the appellee has filed a cross-appeal, the brief of appellee shall contain both the issues and 23 arguments pertinent to the cross-appeal and the response to the appellant’s brief. 24 Appellant’s response and reply brief: no more than 30 days after service of appellee’s brief. 25 Appellee’s reply brief: no more than14 days after service of the appellant’s response and rebrief, but also no more than 7 days before scheduled argument. 26 Briefs shall be in compliance with Bankruptcy Rules 8014-8018, as applicable. 27

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1 Pursuant to B.L.R 8019-1, upon completion of the briefing, the assigned District Judge will set date for oral argument, unless the judge determines that oral argument is unnecessary under the 2 Bankruptcy Local Rules; in that case, the matter will be deemed submitted for decision. 3 4 Dated: 3/3/2021 For the Court 5 Susan Y. Soong, Clerk 6 7 By: Anna Sprinkles Deputy Clerk 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27