400 West 14th, Inc. v. Collins et al
ORDER: See Order endorsed herewith in 17 Civ. 0007. 21 Letter Motion to Adjourn Conference. (Signed by Judge Louis L. Stanton on 3/22/17) (ml)
Case 1:17-cv-00005-LLS Document 21 Filed 03/22/17 Page 1 of 1
LERNER & GUARINO, LLC
Attorneys at Law
8 Wright Street, 2nd Floor
Westport, CT 06880
Edward N. Lerner*
George Kent Guarino**
Also admitted in NY, FL, DC*
Also admitted in MI**
Telephone (203) 817-0850
Facsimile (203) 817-0849
March 22, 2017
Honorable Louis L. St• • USDJ
United States District Court
For the Southern District ofNew York
500 Pearl Street, Courtroom 21 C
New York, NY 10007
400 West 141h, Inc. v. Denise Collins; 1 : 17-CV -OOOOS,.LLS
Dear Judge Stanton:
Our office represents the Defendant in the above-referenced action. Plaintiff has
requested a two-week adjournment of the Scheduling Conference currently scheduled for March
24,2017. Two weeks ago, due to severe weather conditions which would have made attendance
by the Defendant impossible, adjournment was given for two weeks.
At the time the adjournment was granted, Defendant was specifically informed that
Attorney Mark Alonso would be attending the hearing. In fact, after the court clerk discussed
two potential dates, March 17, and March 24, Attorney Facher vetted the dates with Mr. Alonso
and said they were acceptable. Consequently, the current request is enigmatic. In its request to
our office, Plaintiff's counsel stated that Mr. Alonso was out of town on college visits.
Defendant simply does not understand why it was represented that Mr. Alonso was available and
would be attending when according to Plaintiff's counsel he is out of town for college visits.
Due to the questionable conflict giving rife to the request, Defendant objects.
Defendant notes that one of the dates requested for adjournment, April 14, 2017 is Good
Mark Alonso, Esq., via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Catania Facher, Esq. via email cfacher@alonsoJegal.com
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