Evans v. Stryker Corporation et al
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|October 1, 2009
ORDER regarding 86 Order directing counsel to meet the requirements to participate or enroll to practice in the Eastern Distsrict of Arkansas by September 30, 2009; and terminating attorneys Charles H. Thronson, James T. Blanch, Jeffrey B. Wihtol, John P. Ball, Richard E. Mrazik and Mario Horwitz for non-compliance of the Court's Order. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 10/1/09. (bkp)
|September 16, 2009
ORDER directing counsel to comply with Local Rule 83.5 no later than September 30, 2009. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 9/16/09. (bkp)
|June 22, 2009
ORDER: The Stryker defendants' Motion to Sever and Transfer 35 is Granted. Withing fourteen(14)days from the date of this order, plaintiff Cantrell, plaintiff Evans, plaintiffs Tranoses, and plaintiff Limantzakis shall indicate the dis tricts to which they wish their cases to be transferred. Further, the Stryker defendants' Motion to Dismiss 66 is DENIED. Counsel shall confer in person or by telephone regarding discovery protocol, including the production of plaintiffs' fact sheets, and submit a proposed discovery schedule on or before July 10, 2009. The parties are encouraged to follow the guidelines agreed to by the parties in other District of Oregon pain pump cases. If the parties cannot reach agreement, they may request a telephone status conference by submitting a letter describing in detail the substance of the discussions and why the parties could not reach agreement. Signed on June 19, 2009 by Chief Judge Ann L. Aiken. (cp)[Transferred from ord on 7/9/2009.]
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