Mason v. Commissioner of Social Security

Filing 20

ORDER granting 19 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. Request GRANTED. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron on 7/16/2021) (kl)

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7/16/2021 Document Electronically Filed July 15, 2021 Hon. Stewart D. Aaron United States Magistrate Judge Request GRANTED. SO ORDERED. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Dated: 7/16/2021 500 Pearl Street, Room 1970 New York, NY 10007 Re: Mason v. Commissioner of Social Security Civil Action No: 1:20-cv-07648-SDA Dear Judge Aaron: This letter respectfully requests an extension of time of sixty (60) days for Plaintiff to file her Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings in this matter. Plaintiff’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings is currently due on July 22, 2021. Due to the backlog of transcripts created by COVID-19 and the Commissioner’s response, the Commissioner is able to produce records at a rapid pace. As a result, this has caused multiple, simultaneous filing deadlines that cannot be met. Plaintiff cannot meet the current briefing deadline. This extension is needed to thoroughly and properly prepare her Motion. Plaintiff’s counsel has contacted defense counsel who consents to this request. This would be a first request to extend the time to file Plaintiff’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings. If this request is granted, Plaintiff’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings will be due on September 20, 20211. Subsequently, in accordance with the pattern of the Scheduling Order, the Commissioner’s Response would then be due November 19, 2021. Plaintiff’s Reply would then be due December 10, 2021. Thank you for your consideration. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Howard D. Olinsky Howard D. Olinsky, Esq. Bar Code H06529 Counsel for Plaintiff CC [via ECF]: Mary Ellen Brennan (Counsel for Defendant) SO ORDERED. Dated: __________________ New York, NY ___________________________ Honorable Stewart D. Aaron U.S. Magistrate Judge

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