The opinion of the court was delivered by: Herndon, Chief Judge:
YASMIN AND YAZ (DROSPIRENONE) )
This Document Relates to: Kelly Brockman v. McKesson Corp., et al.
Karalyn Cardinale v. Bayer HealthCare Pharms., Inc., et al.
Emily Mixon v. Bayer HealthCare Pharms., Inc., et al.
Glenishe Rowe v. Bayer HealthCare Pharms., Inc., et al.
This matter is before the Court on Defendant Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s ("Bayer") motion to show cause why Plaintiffs' claims should not be dismissed without prejudice. To date, Plaintiffs have not responded to Bayer's motion.
In each of the above captioned cases the Court granted a motion to withdraw filed by each Plaintiff's counsel (Brockman DOC. 16 (11/18/10); (11/29/10)). Plaintiffs were required, pursuant to local rule 83.1(g)(2), to file a supplementary appearance within 21 days of the entry of the Order.1 To date, Plaintiffs have not filed a supplementary appearance.
Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 41(b), a complaint may be involuntarily dismissed where a Plaintiff fails to prosecute or to comply with the rules or a court order. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(b). The Court will grant Plaintiffs one final opportunity to demonstrate some interest in the further prosecution of their claims. Plaintiffs are hereby given until January 18, 2011, to file an appearance as required by local rule 83.1(g). If Plaintiffs fail to file ...