Shukla v. Deloitte Consulting LLP
ORDER denying 303 Motion for Reconsideration re: 287 Order, 268 Order, 294 Memo Endorsement, 292 Order, 275 Order, 251 Order: Plaintiff is admonished to carefully heed my Orders, as well as the Orders entered by Judge Nathan, or as Judge Nathan stated in her July 15 Order, he will be subject to sanctions, which could include dismissal of his case. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron on 7/16/2021) (Aaron, Stewart)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
1:19-cv-10578 (AJN) (SDA)
Deloitte Consulting LLP,
STEWART D. AARON, United States Magistrate Judge:
Plaintiff’s July 14, 2021 motion for reconsideration of my Orders (see ECF No. 303; see
also ECF No. 304) is DENIED for the following reasons:
1. Plaintiff’s motion with respect to my Orders entered at ECF Nos. 251, 268, 275 and
287 is untimely, as the motion for reconsideration was not filed within the requisite
14-day period after such Orders were entered. See Local Civil Rule 6.3.
2. There is no basis for reconsideration of my Orders entered at ECF Nos. 292 and 294,
as nothing was overlooked by me in entering such Orders. In addition, with respect to
my Order entered at ECF No. 294, District Judge Nathan already has twice rejected
Plaintiff’s objections to such Order. (See 7/13/21 Order, ECF 298; 7/15/21 Order, ECF
Accordingly, all of my Orders remain in full force and effect. Plaintiff is admonished to carefully
heed my Orders, as well as the Orders entered by Judge Nathan, or as Judge Nathan stated in
her July 15 Order, he will be subject to sanctions, which could include dismissal of his case.
New York, New York
July 16, 2021
STEWART D. AARON
United States Magistrate Judge
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