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16-1512 - ELI LILLY AND COMPANY et al v. APOTEX INC. et al


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16-1512 - ELI LILLY AND COMPANY et al v. APOTEX INC. et al
February 8, 2017
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ENTRY ON MOTION TO STAY - This cause is before the Court on the Plaintiffs' Motion to Stay or Administratively Close Case Pending Resolution of Related Case on Appeal (Dkt. No. 37). The motion is fully briefed, and the Court, being duly advised, GRANTS the motion to the extent and for the reasons set forth below. The Court also GRANTS the Defendants' related motion for leave to file a surreply (Dkt. No. 66), and the Clerk is directed to docket the surreply, which is found at Dkt. No. 66-1. The Court has considered the surreply in making this ruling. The Plaintiffs' motion to stay is GRANTED and this case is STAYED pending resolution of the Federal Circuit's ruling in Perrigo. The parties shall submit a joint case management plan within fourteen days of the date of the Federal Circuit's ruling in Perrigo. If the parties are unable to agree on a case management schedule, they shall file a motion for an expedited status conference to resolve their differences. It is the Court's intention to resolve this matter as efficiently as possible once the stay is lifted. (See Entry.) Signed by Judge William T. Lawrence on 2/8/2017. (BRR)
May 3, 2017
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ORDER denying Defendants' 83 Motion for Reconsideration of Order Granting Motion to Stay. The Court's previous order that the parties shall submit a joint case management plan within fourteen days of the date of the Federal Circuit's ruling in Perrigo remains in force. If the parties are unable to agree on a case management schedule, they shall file a motion for an expedited status conference to resolve their differences. It remains the Court's intention to resolve this matter as efficiently as possible once the stay is lifted. (S.O.). Signed by Judge William T. Lawrence on 5/3/2017. (MAC)