Anwar et al v. Fairfield Greenwich Limited et al

Filing 1530

ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Victor Marrero from H. Eugene Lindsey dated 1/5/2016 re: partial final judgment. ENDORSEMENT: The Clerk of Court is directed to enter into the public record of this action the letter above submitted to the Court by Plaintiff Teresa Barbachano. (Signed by Judge Victor Marrero on 1/5/2016) Filed In Associated Cases: 1:09-cv-00118-VM-FM, 1:11-cv-03553-VM(cdo)

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JAN-05-2JJ6 TUE 07:48 PM P. OIJ: MlAMJ KATZ iBARRON 2699 s. BmttoR..E DIUVE. SMNTH FLOOR. MlAMI. FL 33133-5408 SQUITERO! FAUST January 5, 2016 305-856-2444 305-285-9227 FAX Via Fax (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., Case No. 09-cv-118 (VM)(THK), Standard Chartered Cases This correspondence relates to: Barbachano v. Standard Chartered Bank International (Americas) Limited, et al, l:ll-cv-03553-VM Dear Judge Marrero: We write on behalf of Plaintiff Teresa Barbachano, one of the plaintiffs in the Standard Chartered Cases ("SC Cases"), and are in receipt of Standard Chartered's correspondence to the Court, dated January 5, 2016, submitting a proposed form of order suggesting remand. Because counsel for Ms. Barbachano and counsel for Standard Chartered had been unable to reach agreement on the language of the correspondence to be sent to the Court, we had requested that counsel for Standard Chartered note in its correspondence that Ms. Barbachano anticipated submitting a letter to the Court with regard to the proposed order suggesting remand. However, no such note was included, and, on behalf of Ms. Barbachano, we do not agree that the proposed order may be entered without delay. In that regard, we v.Ti.te to make clear that, if the Court enters partial final judgment pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b) on those counts and claims that the Court previously dismissed with respect to Ms. Barbachano (as she has previously requested [see D.E. 1529]), remand of such counts and claims should await appeal to the Second Circuit. If, however, the Court denies Ms. Barbachano's request for entry of partial final judgment, then Ms. Barbachano has no objection to the form of proposed order submitted by Standard Chartered. The Clerk of Court is directed to enter into the public recor~e pect:fullv submitted · ' of this action the letter above submitted to the Court by ~JI! ~~ B-fVCd'P-Ck$-£ SO ORDERED. (-?--It DATE cc: _15-.ATz. B~-~R.ON. SQUlHRO. FAUST. FR.IE.DBEflG. EN~-~.ISH . - - - · · M'iAMI. FT LAUD~~OAl.E & ALLE_N.. ?.~'..---·· --------- . ·--------

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