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Order | Filed: January 31, 2023 | Entered: February 01, 2023 CAPPELLI v. TOFF
P.I.: Motor Vehicle | Pennsylvania Eastern
Order Referring Case to Magistrate Judge-Settlement
ORDER THAT THE ABOVE-CAPTIONED CASE IS REFERRED TO MAGISTRATE JUDGE LYNNE A. SITARSKI FOR A SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE ON A DATE TO BE DETERMINED.. SIGNED BY HONORABLE R. BARCLAY SURRICK ON 1/31/23. 2/1/23 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED. (va)
Complaint | Filed: February 01, 2023 | Entered: February 01, 2023 PHILIPS RECALLED CPAP, BI-LEVEL PAP, AND MECHANICAL VENTILATOR PRODUCTS LIABILITY LITIGATION
| Pennsylvania Western
Complaint (To be used by filers. Credit card required.)
COMPLAINT IN RE: PHILIPS RECALLED CPAP, BI-LEVEL PAP, AND MECHANICAL VENTILATION PRODUCTS LITIGATION (Filing fee, including Administrative fee, $402, receipt number BPAWDC-7516905), filed by LARRY WAYNE MORGAN. (Attachments: # 1 Civil Cover Sheet) (Palmer, Lincoln)
Order | Filed: February 01, 2023 | Entered: February 01, 2023 McKernon v. City of Seven Hills
Civil Rights: Other | Ohio Northern
Order [non-document] Counsel and the parties are hereby advised that this Court will not accept ex parte telephone calls to Chambers regarding substantive issues in pending cases. The Court speaks through its docket. While it may be appropriate to call Chambers regarding routine, non-substantive matters (such as requests for the dial in information for an upcoming status conference, etc.), it is not appropriate under any circumstances for counsel to call Chambers ex parte for "guidance" or "clarification" regarding substantive matters, including matters relating to existing case management deadlines, requests to file briefing, and/or inquiries regarding the "status" of pending motions. All questions regarding substantive matters in pending cases must be filed as a motion on the public docket, with the following exception. If a dispute arises during a deposition that requires this Court's immediate assistance, the parties may call Chambers for assistance, but must do so jointly (and not on an ex parte basis). Judge Pamela A. Barker on 2/1/2023. (P,K)
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