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07-1430 - FERNANDEZ et al v. BIOMEDICAL TISSUE SERVICES LTD.


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07-1430 - FERNANDEZ et al v. BIOMEDICAL TISSUE SERVICES LTD.
December 15, 2008
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/or 54 (B) (cases listed on exhibits A&B); and recipient plaintiffs who have affirmatively pled an additional claim of bone failure or bacterial infection are not dismissed, but rather administratively stayed etc. Signed by Judge William J. Martini on 12/9/08. (gh, )ORDER stating that defendants are entitled to judgment as a matter of law, and judgment is entered in favor of defendants as follows: recipient plaintiffs whose tissue was kept at room temperature for thirty or more days; recipient plaintiffs who tested negative for certain diseases six months or more after implant surgery; recipient plaintiffs who have any claims involving the transmission of prion disease, all are dismissed with prejudice and a final judgment is entered pursuant to FRCP 56 and