Curry v. American Home Prod, et al

Filing 7

CONDITIONAL REMAND ORDER from Western District of Washington, MDL Panel, remanding case to Western District of Arkansas, with certified copy of docket entries and pleadings (on disk) filed in Western District of Washington Case No. 03-3794, MDL Docke t No. 1407. Attorneys Cherie W. Blackburn and Matt Patterson terminated effective 12/22/04 and attorney Amy Yager Jenkins substituted effective 12/22/04 for American Home Products Corporation and Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories Company (see attached docket sheet). Case reopened. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 1 - Docket Sheet)(cap)

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Curry v. American Home Prod, et al Doc. 7 Case 4:03-cv-04123-HFB Document 7 . Fll tD Filed 04/17/2006 -l .._. 1...-?f ._._ Page 1 of 2 I. J L l n r C r ^ 1 I A N E lO N l M U L Tr J i S T F l C lt l r l G A T I 0 N TGEF|IFIEDfftIECOFT - L0DGED *- ..--,; -r) IAI2tm6 g HARr a$00 t'lAR3 20ffi f;ILED O OLERK'S FFICH ,0"*um#iit#sid*m-"99";p O:}-Lilxs DOCKET NO,I4O7 By BEFORE THETUDICIAL PANEL ONMWNDISTRICT LITIGATION IN RE PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE (PPA) PRODACTS LIAB (sEEATTACHED SCHEDULE ACTTONS) OF O0NDITIONAL REMAND ORDER sf ApRI / 2006 cHHrsn 'roftNsori clEnK Thetransforoe in thislitigation advised Panel coordinatea"onroUaut"ff'p?fiff court has thc that o, p roceedingin the aotions s listedon thc attached schedule assigned it havebeencompleted that to and remandofthe actions thetransferor to oourts, providedin 28 U,S,C.$1407(a), appropriate. as is IT IS THEREFOREORDEREDthat the actionslisted on the attached schedule remanded their be to respeotive hansferorcourts. IT IS AISO ORDER-ED pursuantto Rule 7.6 of thc Blleeof Procedure the Judicial Panelon that of MultidistrielLjtieation,199F.R.D.425,436-38 (2001),thetansmittalof this orderto the transferee clerk for filing shall be stayedfifteen daysfrom the dateofthis orderand if any party files a Notice of Opposition with the Clerk of the Panelwithin this fiftcan-dayperiod,the staywill be continueduntil furtherorderof thePanel.This orderdocsnot become effeotive until it is filed in theoffice of the Clerk for theUnited StatesDistrict Court for the WestemDistrict of Washington. IT IS FURTHERORDERED that,pursuaflt Rule 7.6(9), to R.P.J.P.M.L., coincidingwith theeffective and dateof this order,the partiesshall fumish the Clerk for the WesternDishiot of Washingtonwith a stipulationor desigrration the contents therooordto be remanded furnish said Clerk all necessary of of and oopies anypleadings othermatterfiled soasto cnable of or saidClerkto complywith the orderofrernand. a$nooblsction il F O RTHE PANEL: uRrtilm JUDICIAPAHEL L OtT TIUTTIDISTFICT LIT]GATIOH M i c haelJ. BEck C l c r k ofthe Panel Case 4:03-cv-04123-HFB Document 7 Filed 04/17/2006 Page 2 of 2 SCITEDULE FOR CONDITIONAL REMAND ORJ}ER D O C KET NO. 1407 IN RE PT{EFTYLPROPAI{OLAMINE PPA) PRONUCTS LIABILITY LITIGATION _ TR.AIiISTREE _ DIST. Dry. C.A.NO. _ IRANSIEROR _ IIIST. DIV. C,A,NO. CASE CAPTQN Cotp., et al. Kathie ReneeHill, etc.v. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Mamic Crrry v. AmcdcanIlome ProductsCorp., et sl. Debomh Bradyv. BayerCotp.,et al. RobertWeaverv. CCA Ildustries. Inc. PLC, et al. Earnestifle Smitb.etc. v. GlaxoSmithKline, R u d ywatts v. BaycrCorp.,et al. JoseDominguezv. Wyeth RonBStanton,et al. v. BayerCorp,, et al. Cory. Frances Hall v. SmithKliueBeecham C. RicLy L. Harnbrick,Sr., et al. v. Bayer Corp., ct al. CarcyPnrl Jackron et al. v. Bayer Corp., et al. Mattic Kincaid v. Baycr Corp.,et al. Rebecca Wilsonv. BayerCorp.,ct al. wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw wAw 2 ? 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 03-3?80 03-3794 02-1749 02-31 04-140 03-539 04-890 04-42r 03-2500 * 03-2098 * 03-3622 + 03-3623 + 03-3651 ARW AR1V LAE LAW MSN MSS NYE NYS PAE MSS Mss MSS MSS 4 q /-6!+lll> z'--crrtfi 3 2 3 I I 2 2 2 z 2 034109 01-2096 03-339 02-1473 04-590 03-9647 03-2343 01-198 03-7 4 03-74 A3-74 * WAW casenumberwasassigned in after severance orderwas iEgued WcstemDistrict of Wrshington.

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