Carroll v. C R Bard Incorporated et al
ORDER granting 37 Motion to Stay. Upon the expiration of 120 days hereafter, the stay of this case will liftautomatically. In the event that the parties are not able to finalize the settlement within 120 days,the parties must notify the court within three (3) business days thereafter requesting a conferenceto discuss the status of this matter and to revisit any scheduling concerns, as needed. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jane M. Virden on 11/17/20. (bfg)
Case: 3:20-cv-00099-MPM-JMV Doc #: 39 Filed: 11/17/20 1 of 2 PageID #: 6137
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI
CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:20-cv-00099-MPM-JMV
C R BARD INCORPORATED et al.
This matter is before the court upon the joint motion of the parties to stay this case and
continue all discovery deadlines, pending finalization of the parties’ settlement agreement. The
court, having considered the motion and the posture of this case, finds that the motion is well taken
and therefore should be GRANTED, in part.
Specifically, the parties request “that the Court enter a stay of this case for 120 days
pending Plaintiff’s [filing of a stipulation of] dismissal [and a corresponding continuation of all
deadlines]. If Plaintiff has not filed dismissal papers within 120 days from the stay being granted,
the parties request the opportunity to file a joint status report regarding the status of the settlement.”
This case was transferred to this court following remand by the MDL in March of this year.
Following a case management conference, trial was set in this case for May 1, 2023 and the
discovery deadlines were scheduled in accordance therewith. Although the court finds that a stay
of this case for a period of 120 days is warranted to allow counsel time to settle this matter, it is
not necessary to continue deadlines as discovery in this matter does not close until almost one year
Case: 3:20-cv-00099-MPM-JMV Doc #: 39 Filed: 11/17/20 2 of 2 PageID #: 6138
Therefore, upon the expiration of 120 days hereafter, the stay of this case will lift
automatically. In the event that the parties are not able to finalize the settlement within 120 days,
the parties must notify the court within three (3) business days thereafter requesting a conference
to discuss the status of this matter and to revisit any scheduling concerns, as needed.
SO ORDERED, this the 17th day of November, 2020.
/s/ Jane M. Virden
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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