United States of America ex rel. John Doe v. Cephalon, Inc., et al
||United States of America ex rel. Matthew Cestra, Matthew Cestra and State Of New York
||Cephalon, Inc. and John Does # 1-100
||August 30, 2010
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
||Sidney H. Stein
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||Other Statutory Actions
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|March 19, 2014
OPINION & ORDER re: 64 MOTION to Transfer Case filed by Matthew Cestra: This action properly belongs in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. It was filed after the Boise action was filed in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and it overlaps subs tantially with the claims and parties in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania action. Transfer to the Eastern District of Pennsylvania will prevent duplicative adjudication in the courts, will protect the parties from duplicative litigation, and will place this action in the forum where its litigation will be most convenient. Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED that: Relator Cestra' s Motion to Transfer is granted. The Clerk of Court is directed to transfer this action to the U.S. District Co urt for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. All outstanding deadlines and motions in this action shall be held in abeyance until the transferee court orders otherwise. Relator Cestra shall serve copies of this Order upon the parties to this action. (See Dkt. No. 17, line 5.) (Signed by Judge Sidney H. Stein on 3/19/2014) (tn)
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