John Doe v. City Of New York et al
ORDER granting 121 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. APPLICATION GRANTED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker on 11/13/2023) (vfr)
THE CITY OF NEW YORK
HON. SYLVIA O. HINDS-RADIX
100 CHURCH STREET, Rm. 3-177
NEW YORK, NY 10007
ALAN H. SCHEINER
Special Federal Litigation Division
phone: (212) 356-3455
fax: (212) 356-0399
November 8, 2023
Hon. Katherine H. Parker
Southern District of New York
40 Foley Square, Room 2103
New York, New York 10007
Re: John Doe v. City of New York, et al., 22-CV-2690 (PKC) (KHP)
I am a Senior Counsel in the Office of Hon. Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix, Corporation Counsel
of the City of New York (the “City”), assigned to the defense of the above-captioned matter.
Defendants write to respectfully request that the Court extend the time for defendants to submit
their motion pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 37 from November 13, 2023,m to November 10, 2023.
The Court had set November 10, 2023, as the deadline for that motion, but because that date is a
Court holiday the due date would be next business day, which is November 13, 2023. Plaintiff
consents to this request and it is the first request for extension of this deadline.
The extension is requested in part because defendants did not anticipate that City offices
would be closed on November 7, 2023, in a City-wide holiday. In addition, certain urgent matters
have arisen in another matter over the last few business days. Plaintiff requests that if the extension
is granted that plaintiff be granted a concomitant extension of time to respond from November 15,
2023, to November 22, 2023, to which defendants consent.
Accordingly defendants respectfully request that the Court extend the time to file their
motion from November 13 to November 15, 2023, and the time for plaintiff to respond from
November 17 to November 22, 2023.
We thank the Court for its consideration of this matter.
Alan H. Scheiner /s/
Alan H. Scheiner
cc (via ECF): Counsel for Plaintiff
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