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Sept. 20, 2019
JONATHAN ROBERT FALK
Providing temporary access to to online non-downloadable software applications for provision of reservation, distribution, management, payment, analytics, connectivity and marketing applications for use in the accommodation and travel industry; design and hosting of web portals of others in the accommodation and travel industry; application service provider (ASP), namely, hosting of software as a service (saas) of others for use in the accommodation and travel industry; 100; 101
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Docket Alarm uses PACER to access Federal Court documents.
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anything. However, if we do not, then we must retrieve it from the court
and incur their access fee.
PACER charges $0.10 per page with a 30 page (or $3.00) cap for all
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example, a five page document is $0.50 and a 50 page document is $3.00.
Accessing docket sheets also incurs a fee if we do not already have the
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