Lorraine A Gittens-Bridges v. City of New York

Filing 156

ORDER granting 155 Letter Motion to Stay. Plaintiff's request to stay the case for 60 days is granted. The case is stayed until March 8, 2020. It is SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Edgardo Ramos on 1/6/2021) (mro)

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Case 1:19-cv-00272-ER Document 156 Filed 01/06/21 Page 1 of 1 196-04 HOLLIS AVENUE SAINT ALBANS, NEW YORK 11412 P: (917) 337-2439 FAX: (914) 462-4137 Plaintiff's request to stay the case for 60 days is granted. The case is stayed until March 8, 2020. January 5, 2021 It is SO ORDERED. VIA ECF Honorable Edgardo Ramos United States District Court Southern District of New York Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse 40 Foley Square, Courtroom 619 New York, New York 10007 RE: 1/6/2021 Gittens-Bridges v. City of New York et. al Index No.: 19-cv.00272(ER) Dear Honorable Judge Ramos: I respectfully write as an officer of the Court to request a stay of 60 days. I tested positive for Covid-19 this afternoon and will be pursuing additional treatment. I seek this stay in light of Plaintiff’s opposition to Defendants’ motion for summary judgment. In my previous correspondence to the Court, I identified pre-existing respiratory issues, specifically chronic asthma. I am currently experiencing shortness of breath, difficulty speaking, debilitating headaches, loss of smell and taste. As such, I will need time to recover and to pursue treatment. Consistent with my current health status, I respectfully ask the Court to allow me 30 days to determine if I am able to resume litigation. If I am better at that time, I will not need the full 60 days and will notify the Court. In closing, I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause the Court and or Counsel. If the Court deems it necessary, I can send a copy to the Court via email of the positive test results for confirmation. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Special Hagan, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff Lorraine A. Gittens Bridges

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