Henderson v. Fischer, et al
ORDER STAYING CASE AND REFERRING CASE to Prisoner Mediation Program: For the foregoing reasons and for good cause shown, 1. The case is hereby referred to the NYND Prisoner Mediation Program. 2. All pretrial deadlines are hereby STAYED, until further Order of the Court. Signed by U.S. District Judge Mae A. D'Agostino on 3/17/17. (served on plaintiff by regular mail)(alh, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
ORDER STAYING CASE AND REFERRING
CASE TO PRISONER MEDIATION
FISCHER, et al.,
Plaintiff, Michael Henderson, has filed the above captioned pro se civil rights
complaint pursuant to 42 USC § 1983. The purpose of the NYND Prisoner Mediation Program is
to promote the fair and speedy resolution of these matters. Pursuant to Local Rule 83.11-3, at any
time after all parties have been served, the assigned judge, in his or her discretion, may refer a case
to the NYND Prisoner Mediation Program by means of a written order that specifies the deadline
by which the mediation process must be completed. In the order, the judge may stay other activity
in the case for that period.
Therefore, with good cause appearing, the instant case is hereby referred to
Magistrate Judge Christian F. Hummel for a mediation hearing to take place at the United States
District Court, or designated Facility, at a date to be determined, within 30 days of the date this
order is filed. Magistrate Judge Hummel shall coordinate a time and date for the mediation hearing
with all interested parties and/or their representatives. Upon the conclusion of the mediation
proceedings, the referral of this matter shall be concluded and the assigned Judge and Magistrate
Judge shall have jurisdiction as to all further matters in the action.
For the foregoing reasons and for good cause shown,
The case is hereby referred to the NYND Prisoner Mediation Program.
All pretrial deadlines are hereby STAYED, until further Order of the Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated : March 17, 2017
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