1The Clerk of the Court need not list all 192 Plaintiffs’ names in the docket sheet for this
case. To do so would be an act in futility because (1) the plaintiffs would be dismissed in thirty days
anyway; (2) the docket sheet we received from the transferor court is incomplete, which would result
in a incomplete list of plaintiffs’ names.
2Miriam Manca will remain in the original lawsuit, but must amend her complaint in
accordance with this Order.
3An exception to this Order is that a plaintiff and her spouse and children (or any other
associated derivative claimant) need not be severed from each other.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PREMPRO PRODUCTS LIABILITY
MIRIAM MANCA, et al.
WYETH, INC., et al.
MDL Docket No. 4:03CV1507-WRW
The Clerk of the Court brought this case to my attention. I have reviewed the case and
believe that it is contrary to my numerous orders on multi-plaintiff complaints as well as the
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Under Rule 21 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, every Plaintiff1 other than the first
named Plaintiff, Miriam Manca,2 is DROPPED from this civil action as follows:
(1) dropped plaintiffs have 30 days from the date of this Order to file and serve new,
individual3 complaints in a proper venue;
Case 4:06-cv-01572-WRW Document 6 Filed 10/30/2006 Page 1 of 2
Anderson et al v. Wyeth et al
(2) without further order of the Court, claims of dropped plaintiffs who do not file new
civil actions within the 30 day period will be considered dismissed without prejudice;
(3) dropped plaintiffs are deemed to have ongoing MDL No. 1507 actions in this Court for
all purposes during the time period between the date of this Order and the filing of their new
complaint in the appropriate venue, or after the passage of the 30 day period -- whichever is first;
(4) for the applicatio