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The Firm successfully moved to strike the class allegations in that case in 2016, and the second case was filed that same year, also as a putative class action.
Also, the other putative class action lawsuit regarding the same matter captioned Daub v Douglass, et al, against the same defendants, has been consolidated with the Patel case, but the Daub Case remains pending.
had registered with the Indiana Putative Father Registry.
It is unclear whether putative class members' policies would also be rescinded and far less clear whether such rescission would actually serve the putative class policyholders' long-term interests.
Morphological identification of the two species and the putative hybrid (Neodo-Daege) has proved difficult, and has impeded the monitoring of wild harvests.
14 October 2011 - US biopharmaceutical company Allos Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:ALTH) said yesterday that the company and other defendants had settled the putative class action lawsuits filed by plaintiffs' counsel in connection in the Delaware Court of Chancery in connection with its proposed merger with US AMAG Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:AMAG).
Exclusion methods exclude the parentage of a putative parent who has an incompatible genotype as a parent, based on Mendelian rules of inheritance; likelihood-based methods assign parentage to the putative parent having the largest likelihood ratio among several putative parents.
Porphyromonas gingivalis, a putative periodontal pathogen, possesses numerous virulence factors some of which directly impact on the host response.
It said that one of the reasons was 'because of the birth of Maisie to a mother of only 15 and a putative father who was 13 at the time of the child's birth and 12 at the time of the alleged conception'.
2) After a highly criticized 2001 reform, the Florida Legislature followed the majority of states by rejecting a complicated, open-ended notice requirement for birth fathers, and enacted Florida's Putative Father Registry.
The reports said that Kraft was in talks with the company's controlling stockholder, and that while the group was favorably disposed to a divestiture, Brazil's government had reservations about the putative transaction.
6) Due to the burgeoning number of babies born out of wedlock and the expanding number of unwed fathers who wish to play a role in their children's lives, putative fathers' (7) legal rights have become an increasing concern to parents and courts alike.
The etiology of the 5th-7th-century first pandemic and the 14th-18th--century second pandemic, however, remained putative until recently (1).
Still, the fact that he can operate at such a high level with so much white noise buzzing in his skull makes him the putative empathetic character.