GOSSER et al v. AVANTOR PERFORMANCE MATERIALS et al
ORDER THAT HAGENS BERMAN'S OBJECTIONS TO THE SPECIAL DISCOVERY MASTER'S PROCEDURAL MEMORANDUM AND ORDER AND REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS ARE WITHDRAWN. THE CLERK OF COURT SHALL STRIKE THE OBJECTIONS FROM THE DOCKET. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT , TO THE EXTENT HAGENS BERMAN'S WITHDRAWAL OF ITS OBJECTIONS HAS NOT MOOTED THE SPECIAL DISCOVERY MASTER'S REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS, THE REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION ARE APPROVED AND ADOPTED. SIGNED BY HONORABLE PAUL S. DIAMOND ON 6/23/17. 6/23/17 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED.(ti, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
GLENDA JOHNSON, et al.
CORPORATION, et al.
Civ. No. 11-5782
and all related cases
AND NOW, this 23rd day of June, 2017, upon consideration of Special Discovery
Master William T. Hangley’s November 17, 2016 Procedural Memorandum and Order (Doc.
Nos. 539, 540, 541), the Objections of Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP to the Procedural
Memorandum and Order (Doc. No. 544), Defendants’ Response to the Procedural Memorandum
and Order (Doc. No. 546), the Special Discovery Master’s January 23, 2017 Report and
Recommendations respecting Hagens Berman’s Objections (Doc. No. 552), Hagens Berman’s
Objections to the Report and Recommendations (Doc. No. 555), Hagens Berman’s Notice of
Withdrawal of Objections (Doc. No. 560), and all related submissions, it is hereby ORDERED
that Hagens Berman’s Objections to the Special Discovery Master’s Procedural Memorandum
and Order (Doc. No. 544) and Report and Recommendations (Doc. No. 555) are
WITHDRAWN. The CLERK OF COURT shall STRIKE the Objections (Doc. Nos. 544,
555) from the Docket. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT, to the extent Hagens Berman’s
withdrawal of its Objections has not mooted the Special Discovery Master’s Report and
Recommendations, the Report and Recommendations are APPROVED and ADOPTED.
AND IT IS SO ORDERED.
/s/ Paul S. Diamond
Paul S. Diamond, J.
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