S.J. v. NYC Department of Education et al

Filing 19

ORDER: The Court having been advised that all claims asserted herein have been settled, it is ORDERED, that the above-entitled action be and hereby is discontinued, without costs to either party, subject to reopening should the settlement not be con summated within forty-five (45) days of the date hereof. Any application to reopen must be filed within forty-five (45) days of this Order; any application to reopen filed thereafter may be denied solely on that basis. Further, the parties are advi sed that if they wish the Court to retain jurisdiction in this matter for purposes of enforcing any settlement agreement, they must submit the settlement agreement to the Court within the next forty-five (45) days with a request that the agreement be "so ordered" by the Court. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Edgardo Ramos on 7/29/2022) (ama)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK S.J., individually and on behalf of A.J., a child with a disability, Plaintiff, ORDER – against – 22 Civ. 1227 (ER) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION and CHANCELLOR DAVID BANKS, Defendants. RAMOS, D.J.: ๠H&RXUWKDYLQJEHHQDGYLVHGWKDWDOOFODLPVDVVHUWHGKHUHLQKDYHEHHQVHWWOHGLWLV 25'(5('WKDWWKHDERYH-HQWLWOHGDFWLRQEHDQGKHUHE\LVGLVFRQWLQXHGZLWKRXWFRVWVWRHLWKHU SDUW\VXEMHFWWRUHRSHQLQJVKRXOGWKHVHWWOHPHQWQRWEHFRQVXPPDWHGwithin forty-¿YH  days RIWKHGDWHKHUHRI $Q\DSSOLFDWLRQWRUHRSHQPXVWEH¿OHGwithin forty-¿YH  days RIWKLV2UGHUDQ\ DSSOLFDWLRQWRUHRSHQ¿OHGWKHUHDIWHUPD\EHGHQLHGVROHO\RQWKDWEDVLV )XUWKHUWKHSDUWLHVDUH DGYLVHGWKDWLIWKH\ZLVKWKH&RXUWWRUHWDLQMXULVGLFWLRQLQWKLVPDWWHUIRUSXUSRVHVRIHQIRUFLQJ DQ\VHWWOHPHQWDJUHHPHQWWKH\PXVWVXEPLWWKHVHWWOHPHQWDJUHHPHQWWRWKH&RXUWZLWKLQWKH QH[Wforty-¿YH  days ZLWKDUHTXHVWWKDWWKHDJUHHPHQWEH³VRRUGHUHG´E\WKH&RXUt. SO ORDERED. Dated: -XO\ 1HZ<RUN1HZ<RUN (GJDUGR5DPRV86'-

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