Mercer v. 201 Tenant, LLC

Filing 8

ORDER granting 7 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Andrew L. Carter, Jr on 4/1/2021) (rj)

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Seyfarth Shaw LLP 620 Eighth Avenue New York, New York 10018 April 1, 2021 T (212) 218-5500 F (212) 218-5526 ssverdlov@seyfarth.com T (212) 218-5547 www.seyfarth.com March 31, 2021 VIA ECF Hon. Andrew L. Carter, Jr. U.S. District Judge U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York 40 Foley Square, Courtroom 1306 New York, NY 10007 Re: Mercer v. 201 Tenant, LLC, Civil Action No.: 1:21-cv-01984-ALC (S.D.N.Y.) Dear Judge Carter: This firm represents Defendant 201 Tenant, LLC (“Defendant”) in the abovereferenced matter. We write, with the consent of Plaintiff Stacey Mercer (“Plaintiff”), to respectfully request a thirty (30) day extension of time for Defendant to respond to the Complaint, up to and including May 5, 2021. By way of background, Plaintiff commenced this action on or about March 8, 2021. (ECF No. 1.) We understand that Defendant was served with the Summons and Complaint on March 15, 2021, which makes Defendant’s responsive pleading deadline April 5, 2021. (ECF No. 5.) This is Defendant’s first request for an extension of the responsive pleading deadline. Defendant is requesting this extension to provide it with additional time to investigate the allegations in the Complaint. We have communicated with counsel for Plaintiff, and Plaintiff consents to this request. We respectfully submit this request in good faith and not to cause undue delay. The granting of this application will not impact any other scheduled deadlines. We thank the Court for its time and attention to this matter. April 1, 2021 68995726v.1 Hon. Andrew L. Carter, Jr. March 31, 2021 Page 2 Respectfully submitted, SEYFARTH SHAW LLP /s/ Samuel Sverdlov Samuel Sverdlov cc: All counsel of record (via ECF) 68995726v.1

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