Heineman et al v. American Home Products Corporation et al

Filing 86

MINUTE ENTRY for Final Pretrial Conference held before Chief Judge Marcia S. Krieger on 11/25/2014. 74 Motion for Order is DENIED. Other matters addressed are set forth in the Minutes. Court Reporter: Terri Lindblom. (pglov)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO CHIEF JUDGE MARCIA S. KRIEGER Courtroom Deputy: Court Reporter: Patricia Glover Terri Lindblom Date: November 25, 2014 Civil Action No. 13-cv-02070-MSK-CBS Parties: Counsel Appearing: JENNIFER HEINEMAN; and ERIC ALLEN HEINEMAN, James Sill Timothy Bunson Plaintiffs, v. AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORPORATION; WYETH-AYERST PHARMACEUTICALS, INC; WYETH-AYERST INTERNATIONAL, INC.; and WYETH-AYERST LABORATORIES DIVISION OF AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORPORATION, Heidi Hubbard Eric Blumenfeld Robb Patryk Andrew Myers Defendants. COURTROOM MINUTES HEARING: Final Pretrial Conference. 4:02 p.m. Court in session. Parties are present. Connie Matteo present as defendants’ representative. PENDING MOTIONS. Oral findings and conclusions of law are made of record and incorporated herein. The Court addresses Plaintiffs’ Motion to Take Judicial Notice (Doc. #74) No further argument. Courtroom Minutes Chief Judge Marcia S. Krieger Page Two ORDER: Plaintiffs’ Motion to Take Judicial Notice (Doc. #74) is DENIED. Review of the proposed final pretrial order. This matter is not ready for trial. ORDER: The parties will confer with Magistrate Judge Shaffer and prepare another revised Final Pretrial Order. Another Final Pretrial Conference will be scheduled after the Revised Final Pretrial Order has been filed. The named parties or representative need attend future Final Pretrial Conferences. 5:09 p.m. Court in recess. Total Time: 1 hours 7 minutes. Hearing concluded.

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