Paul v. Intel Corporation - Consolidated Action
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 28, 2012
MEMORANDUM ORDER: the parties shall meet and confer and file a joint status report no later than 10/15/12; the following motions are terminated: Amended Motion to Modify Protective Order and Approve Protocol for Unsealing Documents 1520 ; Plaintiffs' Motion for Sanctions 2291 ; and Intel's Motion to Strike Declaration of Shaun M. Simmons 2354 . Signed by Judge Leonard P. Stark on 9/28/12. Associated Cases: 1:05-md-01717-LPS, 1:05-cv-00485-LPS(ntl)
|July 13, 2010
ORDER ADOPTING (2382 in 1:05-md-01717-JJF, 1984 in 1:05-cv-00485-JJF) Report and Recommendations of the Special Master (see Order for further details). Signed by Judge Joseph J. Farnan, Jr. on 7/13/2010. Associated Cases: 1:05-md-01717-JJF, 1:05-cv-00485-JJF(nms)
|August 28, 2009
SPECIAL REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS of Special Master (DM 36) re Intel's Motion To Compel, and their Request For Production Of A Privilege Log. Signed by Special Master Vincent J. Poppiti on 8/28/2009. Associated Cases: 1:05-md-01717-JJF, 1:05-cv-00441-JJF, 1:05-cv-00485-JJF(nms) (nms).
|August 18, 2009
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS of Special Master Regarding Class Plaintiffs' Motion To Compel Deposition Testimony of AMD's Rule 30(B)(6) Witness On Certain Issues Raised By Plaintiffs' Pending Motion For Class Certification. Signed by Special Master Vincent J. Poppiti on 8/18/2009. Associated Cases: 1:05-md-01717-JJF, 1:05-cv-00441-JJF, 1:05-cv-00485-JJF(nms) (nms).
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