Alexander et al v. CH Allied Services, Inc. et al
||Donald K Alexander, Gary Lee Patterson, George Dalton and Susie Bowen
||CH Allied Services, Inc. and Medtronic, Inc.
||April 17, 2012
||US District Court for the Western District of Missouri
||Jefferson City Office
||Nanette K. Laughrey
|Nature of Suit:
||Personal Injury- Product Liability
|Cause of Action:
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|August 27, 2012
ORDER entered by Judge Nanette Laughrey. Plaintiff Donald Alexander's Motions for recusal of Judge Nanette K. Laughrey [Doc. # 27], change of venue [Doc. # 26], and reconsideration of the Court's order dated June 6, 2012 [Doc. # 28] are DENIED. The voluntary dismissal with prejudice of co-plaintiffs Gary Lee Patterson and George Dalton [Doc. # 29] is GRANTED.(Kanies, Renea)
|June 6, 2012
ORDER entered by Judge Nanette Laughrey. Plaintiff Donald Alexander's Motion to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction [Doc. # 14] is DENIED. Defendant Medtronic's motion to stay all proceedings [Doc. # 9] and Defendant CH Allie d Services's motion to join Medtronic's motion [Doc. # 10] are GRANTED. Defendant Medtronics motion to extend or stay deadlines [Doc. # 20] and Defendant CH Allied Services' motion to join Medtronic's motion [Doc. # 22] are DENIE D as moot. Plaintiffs Gary Lee Patterson, George Dalton, and Susie Bowen have twenty-one days to provide the Court with signed copies of any of the pleadings or motions filed with the Court to which they assent. After twenty-one days, the Court will strike these Plaintiffs from any documents they have not signed. (Kanies, Renea)
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