Anwar et al v. Fairfield Greenwich Limited et al

Filing 1448

ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Victor Marrero from Richard E. Brodsky dated 11/12/2015 re: Request for an extension of time to submit update. ENDORSEMENT: Request GRANTED. The time for the parties' update referred to above is extended to 11-23-15. (Signed by Judge Victor Marrero on 11/13/2015) (spo)

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From: Richard E. Brodsky To: Hon. Victor Marrero Fax: (BBB) 391-5B19 Page 2 of 2 11/1212015 2:37 PM Fax: +1 (212) B05-63B2 THE BRODSKY LAW FIRM, PL RICHARD E. BRODSKY, ATTORNEY AT LAW . t1S;l)C SD~~-··:-.-:=---~ . DOCl ·\1L:-.;T November 12, 2015 · ''ECll~O'.\iC\'.IYl'::.t.O ~1~'.;~:;_10,_'j~ By Facsimile Transmission to (212) 805-6382 Honorable Victor Marrero United States District Judge Daniel Patrick Moynihan U.S. Courthouse 500 Pearl Street New York, New York 10007-1312 Re: Anwar, et al. v. Fairfield Greenwich Limited, et al. 09-cv-118 (VM) (THK) Standard Chartered Cases Dear Judge Marrero: By Minute Entry dated October 29, 2015, this Court ordered that the "Parties are to update the Court in two weeks regarding uniform negligence count and proposed remand order." The update is therefore due today. The Standard Chartered Plaintiffs and the Standard Chartered Defendants join in this request to extend the time to update the Court on the above matters to November 23, 2015. Because the Standard Chartered Plaintiffs have varying interests in the above matters, I am not writing this letter on beha1£ of the Standard Chartered Plaintiffs' Steering Committee or in my capacity as Liaison Counsel, but I have been authorized to provide you this letter by the other Plaintiffs. Thank you for your careful consideration of this letter. Sincerely yours, SC Defendants' Counsel 200 S. -_. BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, STE. 1930 •MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131 WWW .THEBRODSK YLA WFIRM.COM 786-220-3328 • RBRODSKY@THEBRODSKYLAWFIRM.COM r \ ro·

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