Bauman, et al v. Wyeth Inc, et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|March 29, 2010
ORDER re 10 Order on Motion to Sever; any dropped plaintiffs in the cases identified in Exhibit A who filed lawsuits in compliance with the order dropping plaintiffs may, w/i 30 days of this Order, file amended complaints, or motions for leave to file amended complaints, to modify the newly filed complaints solely to add Wyeth LLC as a defendant. Signed by Judge William R. Wilson, Jr on 3/29/2010. (mkf)
|February 23, 2010
MDL PRETRIAL ORDER for REMANDED CASES and SUGGESTION of REMAND. The Court suggests that the cases listed in Exhibit A and Exhibit B are ripe for remand by the JPML to the transferor courts for further proceedings, including final disposition. Signed by Judge William R. Wilson, Jr on 2/23/10. (mkf)
|January 20, 2010
ORDER granting 6 Motion to Sever; every plaintiff other than the first named plaintiff is DROPPED from this civil action; the Clerk is directed to send a contemporaneous copy of this order to the MDL panel to allow, to the extent possible, fast-tracking of 1407 transfers of these cases back to MDL No. 1507 for coordinated and consolidated pretrial proceedings. Signed by Judge William R. Wilson, Jr on 1/20/10. (mkf)
|March 17, 2009
ORDER directing Plaintiffs listed in Exhibit A, who have not already done so, to submit updated medical authorization to Wyeth by 5 p.m., April 17, 2009. Failure todo so may result in dismissal for failure to prosecute. Signed by Judge William R. Wilson, Jr on 3/17/09. (mkf)
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