Harry v. The City of New York et al

Filing 48

ORDER: In light of the close of discovery on April 30, 2022, the parties are directed to contact Courtroom Deputy Rachel Slusher by email at Rachel_Slusher@nysd.uscourts.gov to schedule a settlement conference if it would be productive at th is time. Due to the Court's busy calendar, settlement conferences must generally be scheduled at least four to six weeks in advance. The Court will likely be unable to accommodate last-minute requests for settlement conferences, and the parties should not anticipate that litigation deadlines will be adjourned in response to late requests for settlement conferences. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn on 5/6/2022) (ras)

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Case 1:20-cv-05951-GBD-SN Document 48 Filed 05/06/22 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK -----------------------------------------------------------------X 5/6/2022 RILTON HARRY, Plaintiff, 20-CV-05951 (GBD)(SN) ORDER -againstCITY OF NEW YORK, et al., Defendants. -----------------------------------------------------------------X SARAH NETBURN, United States Magistrate Judge: In light of the close of discovery on April 30, 2022, the parties are directed to contact Courtroom Deputy Rachel Slusher by email at Rachel_Slusher@nysd.uscourts.gov to schedule a settlement conference if it would be productive at this time. Due to the Court’s busy calendar, settlement conferences must generally be scheduled at least four to six weeks in advance. The Court will likely be unable to accommodate last-minute requests for settlement conferences, and the parties should not anticipate that litigation deadlines will be adjourned in response to late requests for settlement conferences. SO ORDERED. DATED: May 6, 2022 New York, New York

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