Santi v. Spectrum Pharmacauticals, Inc. et al
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|May 8, 2013
ORDER that the Clerk shall strike 13 Order in 2:13-cv-00433-LDG-CWH, 11 Order in 2:13-cv-00498-LDG-CWH, and 11 Order in 2:13-cv-00502-LDG-CWH. THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS that 2:13-cv-00433-LDG-CWH, 2:13-cv-00498-LDG-CWH, and 2:13-cv-00502-LDG-CWH are consolidated. THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS that 2:13-cv-00433-LDG-CWH is designated as the earliest-filed action, as the base file. THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS that the parties in the consolidated actions shall notify the Court of any other filed subse quent to March 14, 2013. THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS that defendants shall not be required to, and shall not waive any rights, arguments or defense by waiting to answer, move or otherwise respond to the complaints filed in any of the above-identified co nsolidated actions until after the appointment of a lead plaintiff. THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS that the lead plaintiff shall file a consolidated complaint in the Base File no later than 60 days after entry of an order appointing lead plaintiff. THE COU RT FURTHER ORDERS that the time for defendants to answer, shall be 60 days. THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS that, in the event the defendants file, the lead plaintiff shall have 60 days, and the defendants shall have 30 days from filing of the lead plaintiff's opposition papers in which to file reply papers. Signed by Judge Lloyd D. George on 5/7/2013. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - DXS)
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