United States Securities and Exchange Commission v. Collector's Coffee Inc. et al

Filing 802

DECISION AND ORDER: denying 800 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File On February 15, 2021, Defendants filed a letter motion requesting a conference to request "a ruling nunc pro tunc, namely the Court's ruling [on] the starting event for purposes of Rule 72...." (See Dkt. No. 800.) The Court denies this request. Both parties have been afforded the opportunity to address the timeliness of the objection in question, (see Dkt. Nos. 778, 799, 800), and the Court will issue its decision on the basis of the parties' written submissions. So Ordered. (Signed by Judge Victor Marrero on 2/16/2021) (js)

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Case 1:19-cv-04355-VM-GWG Document 802 Filed 02/16/21 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK -----------------------------------X UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND : EXCHANGE COMISSON, : : Plaintiff, : : - against : : COLLECTOR’S COFFEE INC., et al., : : Defendants. : -----------------------------------X VICTOR MARRERO, U.S.D.J.: 2/16/2021 19 Civ. 4355 (VM) DECISION AND ORDER On February 15, 2021, Defendants filed a letter motion requesting a conference to request “a ruling nunc pro tunc, namely the Court’s ruling [on] the starting event for purposes of Rule 72 . . . .” (See Dkt. No. 800.) The Court denies this request. Both parties have been afforded the opportunity to address the timeliness of the objection in question, (see Dkt. Nos. 778, 799, 800), and the Court will issue its decision on the basis of the parties’ written submissions. SO ORDERED: Dated: New York, New York 16 February 2021

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