Priddis Music, Inc. v. Trans World Entertainment Corporation

Filing 54

LETTER BRIEF regarding scheduling issues by Priddis Music, Inc.. (Hall, Michael)

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Priddis Music, Inc. v. Trans World Entertainment Corporation Doc. 54 Case 1:05-cv-00491-DNH-DRH Document 54 Filed 10/05/2006 Page 1 of 1 MICHAEL J. HALL Direct Dial (518) 447-3299 October 5, 2006 Via-E-File The Honorable David N. Hurd Alexander Pirnie Federal Building, Room 300 10 Broad Street Utica, New York 13501 Re: Priddis Music, Inc. v. Trans World Entertainment Corporation Civil Action Number: 05-cv-0491 Dear Judge Hurd: I write to memorialize the conversation I had this morning with Courtroom Deputy Clerk Craig Minor of your chambers regarding the schedule in the above-referenced matter. It is my understanding that Magistrate Judge Homer' May 11, 2006 Order amending the scheduling order s to set October 15, 2006 as the " rial Ready" date notwithstanding, in light of the filing of a T dispositive motion by defendant, the Court will reestablish a Trial Ready date after the resolution of the motion. It is also my understanding that the Court is not, at this time, expecting the party' s respective pre-trial submissions including the court ordered voir dire, proposed voir dire, letter briefs concerning evidentiary issues, trial brief, requests to charge, and the joint pretrial stipulation. Likewise, the Court is not expecting that exhibit lists and exhibits be prepared at this time. Rather, the Court will set a schedule for these matters after it renders a decision on the pending motion. Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions or if this letter does not accurately summarize the status of the schedule in this matter, please contact me at the Court' s earliest convenience. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Michael J. Hall MJH:jmv cc: Robert Tietjen, Esq. Michael Endler, Esq.

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