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Fraser Construction Co., Inc. v. Shake

United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle

June 27, 2019

FRASER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiff,
v.
CEDAR SHAKE & SHINGLE BUREAU, a Washington nonprofit corporation; WALDUN FOREST PRODUCTS, LTD, a British Columbia corporation; ANBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD, a British Columbia corporation; and G&R CEDAR LTD., a British Columbia corporation,, Defendants.

          McNAUL EBEL NAWROT & HELGREN PLLC

          BURNS CHAREST LLP Gregory J. Hollon, Lydia Wright, Pro Hac Vice

          BURNS CHAREST LLP George Farah, Pro Hac Vice

          HANDLEY FARAH ANDERSON Christopher J. Cormier, Pro Hac Vice

          ORDER GRANTING RESELLER INDIRECT PURCHASER PLAINTIFFS' AMENDED MOTION FOR APPOINTMENT OF INTERIM CO-LEAD CLASS COUNSEL AND LIAISON COUNSEL

          HONORABLE MARSHA J. PECHMAN UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.

         Hon. Marsha J. Pechman Having considered Reseller Indirect Purchaser Plaintiffs' motion for appointment of Interim Co-Lead Counsel and Liaison Counsel and the accompanying papers, the Court hereby ORDERS pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(g)(3) that Burns Chaiest LLP and Stoll Stoll Berne Lokting & Shlachter P.C. shall serve as Interim Co-L;ad Counsel for the proposed Reseller Indirect Purchaser Plaintiff classes.

         Interim Co-Lead Counsel for the proposed Reseller Indirect Purchaser Plaintiff classes shall be solely responsible for coordinating and organizing the litigation on behalf of the proposed Reseller Indirect Purchaser Plaintiff classes in the conduct of this litigation and, in particular, shall have the following responsibilities:

a) To brief and argue motions and file responsive or opposing briefs to motions initiated by other parties;
b) To initiate and conduct discovery proceedings;
c) To act as spokespersons at pretrial conferences;
d) To negotiate with defense counsel with respect to settlement and other matters;
e) To call meetings of plaintiffs' counsel when appropriate;
f) To make all work assignments to plaintiffs' counsel to facilitate the orderly and efficient prosecution of this litigation and to avoid duplicative or unproductive effort; ...

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