Foth et al v. KBR, Inc. et al

Filing 10

Certified Copy of Conditional Transfer Order. Case closed.. Signed by Jeffrey N. Luthi on 12/14/09. (Attachments: # 1 Cover Letter) (rep)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT OFFICE OF THE CLERK DISTRICT OF MARYLAND Felicia C. Cannon, Clerk Reply to Southern Division Address Lisa Rosenthal, Chief Deputy December 14, 2009 Robert W. Kastenmeier United States Courthouse 120 North Henry Street Room 320 Madison, WI 53703-4304 MDL 2083 In re: Battlefield Waste Disposal Litigation Your Civil no. 03:09-690 Michael Foth, et al v. KBR, Inc. et al Our Civil no. RWT 08:09-3316 Dear clerk: Attached is a certified copy of the Transfer Order from the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation filed on December 11, 2009, ordering the transfer of a case currently pending in your district: Michael Foth, et al v. KBR, Inc. et al. Pursuant to this order, Michael Foth, et al v. KBR, Inc. et al (03:09-690) must be transferred to the District of Maryland. Please electronically transmit the record of this case to the District of Maryland, Southern Division using the CM/ECF Case Transfer Utility. MDDdb_InterDistrictTransfer/MDD/04/USCOURTS If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email at roxanne_smith@mdd.uscourts.gov or by telephone at (301) 344-3225. Your immediate attention and response to this request will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your assistance and cooperation. Sincerely, Felicia C. Cannon, Clerk By: Roxanne S. Smith Operations Supervisor cc: Judge Roger W. Titus Judicial Panel on Multi-district Litigation Northern Division 4228 U.S. Courthouse 101 W. Lombard Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201 410-962-2600 Southern Division 200 U.S. Courthouse 6500 Cherrywood Lane Greenbelt, Maryland 20770 301-344-0660 Visit the U.S. District Court's Web Site at www.mdd.uscourts.gov

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