McJunkin, et al v. Beazer East, Inc, et al
||September 17, 1996
||Missouri Eastern District Court
||St. Louis Office
||Frederick R. Buckles
|Nature of Suit:
||P.I. : Asbestos
|Cause of Action:
||28:1332 Diversity-Asbestos Litigation
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 18, 2011
FINAL REMAND ORDER IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that all claims in the action(s) on this conditional remand order except the severed damages claims be remanded to its/their respective transferor court(s). IT IS ALSO ORDERED that, pursuant to Rule 10.2 of the Rules of Procedure of the United States Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, the transmittal of this order to the transferee clerk for filing shall be stayed 7 days from the date of this order. If any party files a notice of opposition wit h the Clerk of the Panel within this 7 - day period, the stay will be continued until further order of the Panel. This order does not become effective until it is filed in the office of the Clerk for the United States District Court for the Eastern D istrict of Pennsylvania. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, pursuant to Rule 10.4(a), the parties shall furnish the Clerk for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania with a stipulation or designation of the contents of the record to be remanded and all necessary copies of any pleadings or other matter filed so as to enable said Clerk to comply with the order of remand. Signed by Jeffery N. Luthi, Clerk of the Panel on 1/4/11. (NCL)
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