ABKCO Music, Inc. et al v. Sagan et al

Filing 500

ORDER granting 499 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. The parties' request at ECF No. 499 is GRANTED. By July 17, 2024, the parties shall file a stipulation of dismissal for the attention of the Honorable Edgardo Ramos. The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close ECF No. 499. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave on 7/3/2024) (tg)

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TAL DICKSTEIN Partner Direct 212.407.4963 Main 212.407.4000 Fax 212.407.4990 tdickstein@loeb.com 345 Park Avenue New York, NY 10154 Via ECF July 2, 2024 Hon. Sarah L. Cave United States Magistrate Judge Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse 500 Pearl St. New York, NY 10007-1312 Re: The parties' request at ECF No. 499 is GRANTED. By July 17, 2024, the parties shall file a stipulation of dismissal for the attention of the Honorable Edgardo Ramos. The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close ECF No. 499. SO ORDERED. 7/3/2024 ABKCO Music, Inc., et al v. Sagan, et al, Case No. 15 Civ. 4025 (ER) (SLC) Dear Magistrate Judge Cave: We represent Plaintiffs in this action. We write with the consent of counsel for Defendants to request a fourteen (14) day extension of the deadline to file a stipulation of dismissal, from July 3, 2024 (Dkt. 498) to July 17, 2024. Counsel have drafted a settlement agreement, but they need additional time to ensure that the agreement is executed by all of the parties to the case. This is the first request for an extension of this deadline, and it will not affect any other deadlines in the case. Respectfully yours, Tal Dickstein Partner 239230156 Los Angeles New York Chicago Nashville Washington, DC San Francisco Beijing Hong Kong www.loeb.com For the United States offices, a limited liability partnership including professional corporations. For Hong Kong office, a limited liability partnership.

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