Helmick v. Wyeth, Inc.
CERTIFIED COPY OF CONDITIONAL TRANSFER ORDER from USDC-AR regarding Multidistrict Litigation, Docket No. 1507; case is transferred to USDC-AR, (Attachments: # 1 E-mail to Clerk)Ordered by Unassigned Judge. (Copy mailed to attorney David P. Matthews)(TCL )
MDL 1507 - CTO-172
Robbie Mixon to: NEDml_Case Management-MDL
11/03/2009 12:59 PM
November 3, 2009 Re: Prempro Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 1507) Conditional Transfer Order (CTO-172)
Attached is a certified copy of the conditional transfer order (CTO-172) received from the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation and filed with our office on November 3, 2009. This order directs the transfer of a civil action from your district to the Eastern District of Arkansas pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1407 for coordinated or consolidated pretrial proceedings. The Honorable William R. Wilson, Jr., will preside over this litigation. When the case has been closed in your district, please extract the case from your database and transfer it to the Eastern District of Arkansas using the "extract civil case" feature of CM/ECF. Please reference the conditional transfer order number when transmitting this case. If your court is not able to transmit this information electronically through your court's CM/ECF system, please transmit copies of the original pleadings (i.e., original complaint, counterclaim, cross-complaint or third-party complaint, and answer or responsive pleading), a copy of the MDL Transfer Order, and a copy of the docket sheet in portable document format (PDF) to the following address: AREDdbprempro_mdl_clerk/ARED/08/USCOURTS@USCOURTS. Please attach separate PDFs of each document. If this is not possible, please forward printed copies of the requested documents by mail. Should you have any questions regarding this request, please contact Tammy Downs at (501) 604-5357 or Martha Fugate at (501) 604-5394. Sincerely, /s/ JAMES W. McCORMACK, CLERK
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