Cardona v. Saul
ORDER granting 23 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. The Commissioner's letter-motion for an extension of the social security briefing schedule (ECF No. 23) is GRANTED, and the proposed briefing schedule is ADOPTED. The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close ECF No. 23. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Sarah L Cave on 1/10/22) (yv)
Case 1:20-cv-10323-RA-SLC Document 24 Filed 01/10/22 Page 1 of 1
U.S. Department of Justice
United States Attorney
Southern District of New York
86 Chambers Street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10007
January 7, 2022
Honorable Sarah L. Cave
United States Magistrate Judge
United States District Court
500 Pearl Street
New York, New York 10007
Dear Judge Cave:
Re: Ginette Cardona v. Comm’r of Soc. Sec.
20 Civ. 10323 (RA) (SLC)
Pursuant to the schedule in the above-referenced Social Security case, the government’s
brief is due January 11, 2022. We write respectfully to request, with the consent of plaintiff’s
counsel, that the remaining briefing schedule in this case be adjourned for 60 days, with the
government’s brief to be filed by March 14, 2022, and plaintiff’s reply, if any, to be filed by
April 4, 2022. The reason for this request is the dramatic increase in the number of Social
Security cases filed, resulting in 20 briefs due on the calendar of the undersigned between now
and March 14, 2022. The government has not previously requested an adjournment of the
briefing schedule, although two adjournments of the time to file the record were granted. We
appreciate the Court’s consideration of this request.
The Commissioner's letter-motion for an
extension of the social security briefing schedule
(ECF No. 23) is GRANTED, and the proposed
briefing schedule is ADOPTED.
The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close
ECF No. 23.
SO ORDERED 1/10/2022
cc: John W. DeHaan, Esq.
United States Attorney
s/ Susan D. Baird
SUSAN D. BAIRD
Assistant United States Attorney
tel. (212) 637-2713
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