Sachar et al v. IBERIABANK Corporation et al
ORDER Lifting Stay of Conditional Transfer Order (CTO-34) and directing that this action be transferred to the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, for inclusion in MDL No. 2036, In Re: Checking Account Overdraft Litigation. Signed by the Clerk of the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation. (thd)
Case MDL No. 2036 Document 559 Filed 07/19/11 Page 1 of 1
UNITED STATES JUDICIAL PANEL
IN RE: CHECKING ACCOUNT
David J. Sachar, et al. v. IberiaBank Corp., et al.,
E.D. Arkansas, C.A. No. 4:11-266
MDL No. 2036
ORDER LIFTING STAY OF CONDITIONAL TRANSFER ORDER
AND VACATING THE JULY 28, 2011, HEARING SESSION ORDER
A conditional transfer order was filed in this action (Sachar) on March 28, 2011. Prior to
the expiration of the 7-day stay of transmittal of that order, plaintiffs in Sachar filed a notice of
opposition to the proposed transfer and the subsequent motion and brief to vacate the conditional
transfer order. Plaintiffs have now informed the Panel that they wish to withdraw their opposition
to transfer.1 Defendants IBERIABANK Corporation and IBERIABANK (Louisiana), which
previously responded in limited support of plaintiffs’ motion to vacate, now state that they, too,
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the stay of the Panel’s conditional transfer order
designated as “CTO-34” filed on March 28, 2011, is LIFTED. The action is transferred to the
Southern District of Florida for inclusion in the coordinated or consolidated pretrial proceedings
under 28 U.S.C. § 1407 being conducted by the Honorable James Lawrence King.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Hearing Session Order and the attached Schedule filed
on June 14, 2011, are VACATED insofar as they relate to this action.
FOR THE PANEL:
Jeffery N. Lüthi
Clerk of the Panel
Plaintiffs have done so through a pleading styled as a”Motion to Dismiss Their Motion to
Vacate the Conditional Transfer Order.” In light of this order, that motion shall be deemed moot.
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