Filing 14

Order entered requiring the relator to serve the complaints on the defendants and the parties to serve pleadings and motions on, and to send copies of court orders to, the United States. (Signed by Judge Lee H Rosenthal) Parties notified.(leddins, ) Modified on 9/4/2009 (leddins, ).

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS HOUSTON DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ex rel. JANE DOE, Plaintiffs, v. BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORP. and GUIDANT CORP. Defendants UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ex rel. JANE DOE, Plaintiffs, v. ATRICURE, INC., Defendant. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ex rel. JANE DOE, Plaintiffs, v. ST. JUDE MEDICAL, INC., and EPICOR MEDICAL, INC. Defendants. Civil Action No. H-07-2467 (J. Rosenthal) Civil Action No. 07-2702 (J. Rosenthal) Civil Action No. 07-2704 (J. Rosenthal) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ex rel. JANE DOE and DONALD P. BOONE, Plaintiffs, v. MEDTRONIC, INC., Defendant. Civil Action No. H-08-3408 ORDER The United States has not intervened in the above-captioned actions under the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3730(b)(4). The following orders are entered: 1. The complaints are to be served on the defendants by the relator. 2. The parties must serve all pleadings and motions filed in this action, including supporting memoranda, on the United Stats, as provided for in 31 U.S.C. 3730(c)(3). The United States may order any deposition transcripts and is entitled to intervene in this action, for good cause, at any time. 3. All court orders will be sent to the United States. 4. If the relators or the defendants propose that this action be dismissed, settled, or otherwise discontinued, the court will solicit the written consent of the United States before ruling or granting its approval SIGNED on August 28, 2009, at Houston, Texas. ______________________________________ Lee H. Rosenthal United States District Judge 2

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