Felcher v. AgFeed Industries, Inc. et al
||Selina Jin, Liangfan Yan, Junhong Xiong, AgFeed Industries, Inc., John A. Stadler, Gerard Daignault, Raymond M. Cesca, Clay Marshall, Edward Pazdro and Songyan Li
||December 15, 2011
||Tennessee Middle District Court
||Todd J. Campbell
||E. Clifton Knowles
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|January 12, 2012
ORDER: Plaintiff's MOTION for attorney(s) William B. Federman and Stuart W. Emmons to Appear Pro Hac Vice 6 is Granted. In consultation with Magistrate Judge Knowles, the Clerk is directed to REASSIGN this case to Judge Knowles as related to Blitz v. AgFeed Indus., Inc., 3-11-0992, already pending before Judge Knowles. Initial Case Management Conference is Cancelled, and will be rescheduled, as appropriate, by Judge Knowles. Judge Magistrate Judge E. Clifton Knowles added. Judge Magis trate Judge Juliet E. Griffin no longer assigned to case. Pending is the motion of movant Ramon Gobbo for consolidation, appointment of lead plaintiff, and approval of lead liaison counsel 4 , and the plaintiff's motion to transfer this case to Chief Judge Campbell 7 . However, by order entered 12/29/2011 8 , the case was transferred to Chief Judge Campbell. Therefore, the motion to transfer 8 was effectively GRANTED and the Clerk is directed to terminate that motion as pending. There will be no further proceedings before the undersigned Magistrate Judge in this case. Signed by Magistrate Judge Juliet E. Griffin on 1/12/12. (dt)
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