In PNC Bank, N.A. v. SECURE AXCESS, LLC, CBM2014-00100, Paper 18 (November 5, 3014), the Board denied petitioner authorization to file a motion to submit supplemental information to enter five to six new references in the record of the proceeding. The petitioner acknowledged that each of the new references was available publically prior to the filing of the Petition, and that Petitioner could have discovered the references had it used the alternate search strategy. The Board was not persuaded that Petitioner could an sufficiently establish “why the supplemental information could not have been obtained earlier.” 37 C.F.R. § 42.223(b).