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Case 1:12-cv-00801-LJB Document 13 Filed 06/04/13 Page 1 of 2

In the United States Court of Federal Claims

No. 12-801 T

(Filed June 4, 2013)

Plaintiffs,

v.

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JOHN & KATHLEEN F.
McCULLOUGH,

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THE UNITED STATES,
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Defendant.
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ORDER

The court has before it the parties’ Joint Preliminary Status Report (JPSR),

filed May 6, 2013. Therein, the parties state that this case is one of seven cases
that present common issues of fact and law.1 JPSR at ¶ b. Previously, on
December 4, 2012, the parties filed a Notice of Indirectly Related cases in Tilleli v.
United States, Case No. 12-795T, the first of these cases to be filed, stating their
belief that consolidation of the cases for purposes of coordinated discovery could
be expected significantly to promote the efficient administration of justice.

On May 30, 2013, pursuant to Rule 40.2(b)(4) of the Rules of the Court of

Federal Claims, the judges to whom these indirectly related cases are assigned met
to confer and determine the appropriate action in these cases. In an effort to avoid
potentially duplicative and unnecessary filings, promote efficiency, and conserve
the resources of the court, it has been determined that Judge Allegra’s case, TDX

1/ Tilleli, et al. v. United States, Case No. 12-795T (Judge Margaret M. Sweeney); Neidle,
et al. v. United States, Case No. 12-796T (Judge Charles F. Lettow); Fitzpatrick, et al. v. United
States, Case No. 12-797T (Judge Nancy B. Firestone); TDX Construction Corp. v. United States,
Case No. 12-798T (Judge Frances M. Allegra); Hurst, et al. v. United States, Case No. 12-799T
(Judge Robert H. Hodges, Jr.); Jones, et al. v. United States, Case No. 12-800T (Judge Charles
F. Lettow).

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Construction Corporation, shall move forward while the other indirectly related
cases are to be stayed pending resolution of TDX Construction Corporation.

Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED that the Clerk’s Office is directed to
STAY all proceedings in this matter until further order of the court and the parties
are directed to notify the court by the filing of a Joint Status Report within thirty
days of a final resolution in TDX Construction Corp. v. United States, Case No. 12-
798T.



/s/Lynn J. Bush
LYNN J. BUSH
Judge

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