Valdez v. Broadway 10th Ave Realty Corp. et al
ORDER granting 58 Letter Motion to Adjourn Conference. Application Granted. Adjourned to a date to be set by The Court in a separate order. So ordered. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker on 11/14/2023) (vfr)
Case 1:22-cv-03299-ALC-KHP Document 58 Filed 11/14/23 Page 1 of 1
Jennifer M. Muller
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DATE FILED: 11/14/2023
Elizabeth Valdez v Broadway 10th Ave Realty Corp., 439 W. 202nd Street Realty Corp.
and FLK Inc. ; Docket No. J:22-CV-03299 (ALC)(KHP)
Dear Judge Parker:
We represent defendants Broadway 10th Ave Realty Corp. and 439 W. 202nd Street Realty
Corp. ("Landlord Defendants") in the above-entitled action. We write jointly with Plaintiff
Elizabeth Valdez ("Plaintiff') to request an adjournment of the Settlement Conference currently
scheduled for tomorrow, November 15, 2023.
Since the last Court Conference the Parties have worked together in good faith to prepare
for the Settlement Conference. The Parties have exchanged settlement offers, Landlord Defendants
shared their expe1t's inspection report, and Plaintiffs expert inspection occurred on October 26,
2023. Unfo1tunately, Plaintiffs expert' s inspection report has not yet been completed. The Patties
are in agreement that meaningful settlement discussions cannot move forward until Plaintiffs
expert inspection report can be reviewed.
The Parties apologize for the last-minute nature of this request. The Parties understand that
the Court has limited availability and there may be some delay before the Cou1t has another
available Settlement conference date. Depending on the court's availability, the patties have
discussed engaging in mediation both private and through the District's mediation program.
Isl Jennifer Muller
HERRICK, FEINSTEIN LLP • Two Park Avenue • New York, NY 10016 • Phone: 212.592.1400
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