Almer v. Peanut Corporation of America

Filing 1452

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Almer v. Peanut Corporation of America Doc. 1452 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA PLACEHOLDER FOR EXHIBIT F TO DEFENDANTS' MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT BASED ON LACK OF INJURY CAUSED BY MALFUNCTION IN RE: GUIDANT CORP. IMPLANTABLE DEFIBRILLATORS, PRODUCTS LIABILITY LITIGATION Case Number: MDL No. 1708 (DWF/AJB) This Document Relates to Leopoldo Duron, Jr. Case No. 06-00025 vs. Guidant Corp., et al. This document is a place holder for the following item(s) which are filed in conventional or physical form with the Clerk's Office: Exhibit F: June 17, 2005 U.S. Physician Letter If you are a participant in this case, this filing will be served upon you in conventional format. This filing was not e-filed for the following reason(s): ___ Voluminous Document* (Document number of order granting leave to file conventionally: ___ ) ___ Unable to Scan Documents (e.g., PDF file size of one page larger than 2MB, illegible when scanned) ___ Physical Object (description): ___ Non Graphical/Textual Computer File (audio, video, etc.) on CD or other media X Item Under Seal pursuant to a court order* (Document number of Protective Order: 11) ___ Item Under Seal pursuant to the Judicial Conference Privacy Policy (General Order 53) (Document number of redacted version: ___ ) forms\cmecf\convfilingplchldr.doc 2400993v1 Form Updated 07/29/05 ___ Other (description): * Filing of these items requires Judicial Approval. This Placeholder is e-filed in ECF in place of the documents filed conventionally. A copy of this Placeholder and a copy of the NEF are filed with the Clerk's Office along with the conventionally filed item(s). forms\cmecf\convfilingplchldr.doc 2400993v1 Form Updated 07/29/05

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