Mapp v. Security Card Services, LLC et al

Filing 39

ORDER granting 38 Letter Motion to Stay re: 38 JOINT LETTER MOTION to Stay all Deadlines and Conferences addressed to Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker from Alain Cesar dated November 16, 2021. APPLICATION GRANTED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker on 11/17/2021) (vfr)

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Case 1:21-cv-06253-ALC-KHP Document 38 Filed 11/17/21 Page 1 of 1 100 GARDEN CITY PLAZA, SUITE 500 GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK 11530 T: 516-203-7600 F: 516-282-7878 11/17/2021 November 16, 2021 Via ECF Hon. Katherine H. Parker, United States Magistrate Judge U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York 500 Pearl Street, Room 750 New York, NY 10007 11/17/2021 Re: Jenelle Mapp v. Trans Union LLC and Experian Information Solutions, Inc. Docket No: 1:21-cv-06253-ALC-KHP Joint Status Report & Notice of Settlement Dear Judge Parker: This letter filed via ECF with the joint consent of all parties. Plaintiff and Trans Union LLC have successfully reached an agreement in principal and a settlement agreement is being finalized. Parties will submit a Stipulation of Voluntary Dismissal with prejudice upon the completion of the agreement. The parties respectfully request that the Court stay all deadlines and conferences in this case as Plaintiff has reached settlement with all parties. We respectfully request the Court provide that the parties may seek to reopen the matter for forty-five (45) days to assure that the Agreement is fully complete. Respectfully submitted, /s/Alain Cesar Alain Cesar, Esq. SANDERS LAW GROUP 100 Garden City Plaza, Suite 500 Garden City, NY 11530 Tel: (516) 203-7600 ex 1270 Email: acesar@sanderslaw.group Attorneys for Plaintiff /s/Kari A. Morgan Kari A. Morgan, Esq. SCHUCKIT & ASSOCIATES, P.C. 4545 Northwestern Drive Zionsville, Indiana 46077 Telephone: (317) 363-2400, Ext. 113 E-mail: kmorgan@schuckitlaw.com Attorneys for Defendant Trans Union LLC

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