Gulino, et al v. Board of Education, et al

Filing 10107

ORDER for 826 Report and Recommendations - Special Master,, Accordingly, the Court adopts the Stipulated Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law with respect to each member of the Sixth Expedited Cohort and will enter the Consent Orders and Judgments for the Sixth Expedited Cohort. For the reasons set forth in the R&R, the Court holds there is no just reason for delay and certifies the judgments as final and appealable pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(b). SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Kimba M. Wood on 8/2/2022) (ks) Transmission to Orders and Judgments Clerk for processing.

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Case Case 1:96-cv-08414-KMW 1:22-cv-00797-AKH Document Document10107 17 Filed Filed 08/02/22 08/02/22Page Page 1 of 1 of 2 2 Timothy Semenoro Admitted in New York, New Jersey 437 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10022 Tel: 212-867-9500 August 2, 2022 Honorable Alvin K. Hellerstein United States District Judge United States Courthouse 500 Pearl St. New York, NY 10007-1312 Fax: (212) 805-7942 Direct Dial: 212-551-7793 Fax: 212-599-1759 Email: By FAX and ECF The request for an extension is granted. The parties shall file their declarations by November 15, 2022. The status conference scheduled for September 8, 2022 is adjourned to December 15, 2022, at 2:30 p.m. in Courtroom 14D. In re MAERSK EINDHOVEN Voyage 103N Shipper Cases SO ORDERED. Case No. 21 Civ. 8048 (AKH) (lead case) /s/ Alvin K. Hellerstein Dear Judge Hellerstein, August 2, 2022 Re: We represent defendant Maersk A/S in the above-captioned consolidated cases. On behalf of all the parties, we are writing to respectfully request an additional extension of the pending August 15, 2022 deadline for the parties to file declarations as per the Scheduling Order (ECF No. 13) to November 15, 2022. Specifically, the Scheduling Order requires plaintiffs to file declarations as to the details of the alleged cargo lost and defendants to file declarations “of persons with knowledge” establishing the defenses available to the carriers. The parties have used the last few months to enter settlement discussions and exchange documents on a without prejudice basis. Several claims have been settled and their corresponding legal actions have already been dismissed. Other settlements will conclude soon. The parties expect to continue diligently working towards the resolution of their claims and defenses and would appreciate the additional time to do so. This is the second request for an extension of time. The first joint request was granted. (ECF No. 54). This request is also a joint request by all the parties - either on consent or unopposed, respectively. Case Case 1:96-cv-08414-KMW 1:22-cv-00797-AKH Document Document10107 17 Filed Filed 08/02/22 08/02/22Page Page 2 of 2 of 2 2 Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP August 2, 2022 Page 2 If the Court grants this request, then the Court may also wish to adjourn the pending September 8, 2022 status conference by the same amount of time, i.e., about 3 months. We thank Your Honor for your consideration and understanding. If there are any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned. Respectfully submitted, MONTGOMERY MCCRACKEN WALKER & RHOADS, LLP Attorneys for Defendant Maersk A/S /s/ Timothy Semenoro Timothy Semenoro Robert E. O’Connor CC by ECF to all counsel of record

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