Qanouni et al v. D & H Ladies Apparel LLC et al
ORDER granting 127 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. Application Granted. The parties are directed to submit a joint update by December 5, 2022. The Clerk of Court directed to terminate the motion at ECF No. 127. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Valerie Figueredo on 11/18/2022) (va)
C LIFTON B UDD & D E M ARIA , LLP
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
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IAN-PAUL A. POULOS
November 17, 2022
Hon. Valerie Figueredo
United States Magistrate Judge
Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse
500 Pearl Street, Room 1660
New York, New York 10007
The parties are directed to submit a joint update by December
5, 2022. The Clerk of Court is directed to terminate the motion
at ECF No. 127. SO ORDERED.
Qanouni et al v. D & H Ladies Apparel LLC et al.
Dear Judge Figueredo:
This firm represents the Defendants in the above referenced action. The Defendants write
with Plaintiffs’ consent to respectfully request, pursuant to Section I(e) of Your Honor’s Individual
Practices in Civil Cases, an extension of time to submit their approval papers for the Court’s
review from November 18, 2022, through and including December 2, 2022. The parties have
exchanged drafts of the settlement agreement, and it is nearly finalized, but some additional time
is required. The parties require an extension of time in order to finalize and execute the settlement
This is the second extension of the November 18, 2022, deadline to file settlement approval
papers. See ECF Doc. 124 & 126. No other deadlines will be affected should this motion be
Thank you for Your Honor’s consideration.
CLIFTON BUDD & DEMARIA, LLP
Attorneys for the Defendants
Arthur J. Robb
Ian-Paul A. Poulos
All Counsel of Record
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