The USDC ED NY Minute Order — From Propecia® MDL Hearing Of December 3, 2015

Nothing of material note was disclosed on Thursday — leastwise, not in the written orders available electronically. I am now nearly certain that the doctor was able to satisfy the Magistrate Judge back in September — by turning over whatever documents she still held in her possession [or derivatively — held via her offices at Cornell’s Med School, and its teaching hospital(s)]. It has now been three full months with no mention of her name, by either side — so that’s a safe bet, in my estimation.

The next regularly scheduled status conference — in Brooklyn — is now set for February 4, 2016. Here once again is a link to the general order, governing the schedule through mid 2017, in this Finasteride MDL. And. . . the docket from Thursday reads:

. . . .Minute Entry for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Peggy Kuo.

Status Conference held on 12/3/2015. Attorneys Ian Stern Millican, Victoria Maniatis David S. Ratner, Clinton Fisher, Theodore E. Laszlo, Jr., and David T. Sirotkin appeared on behalf of Plaintiffs.

Attorneys Charles Morrow, Ben Scott, Matthew T. McLaughlin and Trent B. Miracle appeared on behalf of defendant Merck & Co.

Attorney Mili Makhijan appeared for defendant Medical Hair Restoration Bosley.

The parties advised that discovery is proceeding according to the Discovery and Trial Plan dated September 23, 2015.

The next Status Conference is scheduled for February 4, 2016, at 2:00 pm, in Courtroom 322 North, before Magistrate Judge Peggy Kuo. . . .

Off now — for a sunny, crisp Saturday bike ride!


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