Picon v. Smith Jewelers, Inc.

Filing 11

MEMO ENDORSEMENT on re: 9 Notice of Settlement With Prejudice. ENDORSEMENT: The Court construes this filing as a request for a court order approving a voluntary dismissal following service of an answer under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 41(a) (2). The Court considers Plaintiff's request proper given the settlement in principle reached between the parties and grants the request. This case is dismissed with prejudice subject to either party's right to reopen prior to November 1, 2022. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge John P. Cronan on 9/15/2022) (vfr)

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Case Case1:22-cv-03582-JPC 1:22-cv-03582-JPC Document Document11 9 Filed Filed09/14/22 09/15/22 Page Page11of of11 VIA ECF The Honorable John P. Cronan United States District Judge United States District Court Southern District of New York Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse 500 Pearl Street New York, NY 10007 Re: September 14, 2022 The Court construes this filing as a request for a court order approving a voluntary dismissal following service of an answer under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 41(a)(2). The Court considers Plaintiff's request proper given the settlement in principle reached between the parties and grants the request. This case is dismissed with prejudice subject to either party's right to reopen prior to November 1, 2022. SO ORDERED. Date: e te er 15 2 22 New York, New York _________________________ JOHN P. CRONAN United States District Judge Picon v. Smith Jewelers, Inc., Case No.: 1:22-cv-3582 Dear Judge Cronan, The undersigned represents Yelitza Picon, (“Plaintiff”) in the above referenced matter against Defendant, Smith Jewelers, Inc., (“Defendant”) (collectively the “Parties”). We write, with Defendant’s consent, to inform the Court that the Parties have reached a settlement in principle and respectfully request that Your Honor dismiss this action with prejudice with the right to reopen in forty-five (45) days if the Settlement Agreement is not consummated. In light of the anticipated settlement, the undersigned respectfully requests all currently pending deadlines in this action be adjourned sine die. We thank the Court for its time and attention in this matter. Respectfully submitted, /s/Michael A. LaBollita, Esq. Michael A. LaBollita, Esq. cc: All counsel of record via ECF

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