Virka et al v. Wyeth et al

Filing 12

CONDITIONAL REMAND ORDER in re: Prempro Products Liability Litigation- The transferee court in this litigation has advised the Panel that coordinated or consolidated pretrial proceedings in the action on this conditional remand order have been c ompleted and that remandto the transferor court(s), as provided in 28 U.S.C. §1407(a), is appropriate. IT IS THEREFORE ORD ERED that the action(s) on this conditional remand order be remanded toits/their respective transferor courts. (Attachments: # 1 Notice of Remand Letter, # 2 Pretrial Order for Remanded Cases, # 3 USDC-AR Prempro Docket Sheet, # 4 USDC-AR Virka Docket Sheet). (MKR)

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By: /s/ Tammy Downs D.C. on May 23, 2012 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS WESTERN DIVISION IN RE: PREMPRO PRODUCTS LIABILITY LITIGATION : : : : MDL DOCKET NO. 4:03-CV-1507-BRW CASES IN EXHIBIT A MDL PRETRIAL ORDER FOR REMANDED CASES and EIGHTH SUGGESTION OF REMAND I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND3 A. Practice and Procedure Orders B. Lead and Liaison Counsel C. Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee D. Status Conferences E. Common Benefit Fund See See F. Bellwether Trials Reeves v. Wyeth Rush v. Wyeth Wilson v. Wyeth Curtis v. Wyeth 1. Reeves v. Wyeth Reeves 2. Rush v. Wyeth Rush 3. Scroggin v. Wyeth Scroggin Rush v. Wyeth Scroggin v. Wyeth 4. Wilson v. Wyeth Wilson 5. Curtis v. Wyeth Wilson III. DISCOVERY PPO-1 Scroggin v. Wyeth PPO-2 PPO-3 PPO-4 PPO-5 & PPO-6 PPO-7 PPO-8 PPO-9 and amendments PPO-10 A. Generic Fact Discovery 1. Document Discovery in extremis 2. e.g. Depositions of Generic Fact Witnesses B. Case-Specific Fact Discovery 1. Case-Specific Fact Discovery of Plaintiffs a. Plaintiff Fact Sheets b. Depositions 2. Case-Specific Fact Discovery of Defendants 3. In Extremis Depositions in extremis 4. Product Identification IV. ACTIVITIES COMPLETED BEFORE REMAND V. DOCUMENTS TO BE SENT TO TRANSFEROR COURT CONCLUSION EXHIBIT A

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