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Stryker Status Conference Update

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On Thursday,  January 22nd, there was a status conference regarding In Re: Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip implant products liability litigation (MDL 13-2441). The conference occurred before Judge Donovan W. Frank in the United States District Court, District of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The conference began with an update concerning the two-step process of the litigation. The first step was having all cases formally registered with the Defendant and the settlement processor. All plaintiffs should have registered their claims whether the case was filed, unfiled, qualified, or unqualified. It was reported that the majority of potential plaintiffs completed registration successfully. The second step is the actual and formal enrollment of those individuals who are qualified and choose to enroll in the settlement. The enrollment process is more complicated than registration. The enrollment process opened on January 16th and ends on March 2nd, 2015. Depending on your individual circumstances, your attorney should guide you to make an informed decision as to whether or not to participate in the settlement.

The formal website for the Stryker Hip Litigation is www.strykermodularhipsettlement.com. If you are trying to settle your case without a lawyer, the site contains the appropriate forms to participate in the settlement.

Another status conference is set with a tentative date of March 27th.

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