Stovesand v. Bayer Corporation et al
CONDITIONAL TRANSFER ORDER (CTO-34) transferring case to the Southern District of Florida to be included in MDL No. 1928, In Re: Trasylol Products Liability Litigation, Case No. 08-md-1928, before the Honorable Donald M. Middlebrooks. Signed by Jeffery N. Luthi, Clerk of the MDL Panel. (Attachments: # 1 Document transfer letter)(bkp)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
STEVEN M. LARIMORE Court Administrator · Clerk of Court
January 22, 2010 United States District Court Eastern District of Arkansas
MDL No. 1928 Our Case # 08-md-1928 In Re: Trasylol Products Liability Litigation Your Case No. 5:09-287 Edwin Stovesand, etc. v. Bayer Corp., et al.
Dear Clerk: Attached is a certified copy of the order from the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (MDL Panel) transferring the above entitled action to the Southern District of Florida. This case will be directly assigned to the Honorable Donald M. Middlebrooks. Please proceed to close the case(s) in your district and initiate the civil case transfer functionality in CM/ECF. We will initiate the procedure to retrieve the transferred cases(s) upon receipt of the e-mail. If your court does not utilize the CM/ECF transfer functionality, please forward the court file (including originating Complaint or Notice of Removal, any amendments, docket sheet, and MDL Conditional Transfer Order-34) as PDF documents to the Southern District of Florida via electronic mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org. STEVEN M. LARIMORE Clerk of Court
s/ Gracie Gomez by: MDL Clerk Encl.
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