Diveley v. Enhanced Recovery Company, LLC

Filing 6

ORDER... It is hereby: ORDERED that the above-captioned action is discontinued without costs to any party and without prejudice to restoring the action to this Court's docket if the application to restore the action is made within sixty (60) days. Any application to reopen this action must be filed within sixty (60) days of this order, and any application filed thereafter may be denied solely on that basis. If the parties seek to have the Court retain jurisdiction to enforce a settlem ent agreement, the terms of the agreement must be placed on the public record and "so ordered" by the Court within the same sixty-day period. See Hendrickson v. United States, 791 F.3d 354, 358 (2d Cir. 2015). SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Ronnie Abrams on 1/6/21) (yv)

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Case 1:20-cv-11014-RA Document 6 Filed 01/06/21 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ANNIE DIVELEY, Plaintiff, v. No. 20-CV-11014 (RA) ORDER ENHANCED RECOVERY COMPANY, LLC, Defendant. RONNIE ABRAMS, United States District Judge: It has been reported to the Court that this case has been settled in principle. Accordingly, it is hereby: ORDERED that the above-captioned action is discontinued without costs to any party and without prejudice to restoring the action to this Court’s docket if the application to restore the action is made within sixty (60) days. Any application to reopen this action must be filed within sixty (60) days of this order, and any application filed thereafter may be denied solely on that basis. If the parties seek to have the Court retain jurisdiction to enforce a settlement agreement, the terms of the agreement must be placed on the public record and “so ordered” by the Court within the same sixty-day period. See Hendrickson v. United States, 791 F.3d 354, 358 (2d Cir. 2015). SO ORDERED. Dated: January 6, 2021 New York, New York ________________________________ Ronnie Abrams United States District Judge

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