With lawyers at an impasse over settling the national opioid litigation, a federal judge in Cleveland has set an aggressive discovery schedule that includes going to trial on March 18 of next year.

In his first case management order, U.S. District Judge Dan Polster of the Northern District of Ohio on Wednesday identified which opioid cases would move forward with discovery under a “litigation track,” with the goal of getting the parties closer to settlement.

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