Carter v. City of New York et al

Filing 30

ORDER AND NOTICE OF INITIAL CONFERENCE: This case has been assigned to me for all purposes. It is hereby: ORDERED that, in light of the public health crisis, the Court will not be holding an initial pretrial conference. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, by February 1, 2023, the parties submit a joint letter, not to exceed three (3) pages, providing the following information in separate paragraphs: as set forth herein. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties also jointly submit to the Court a proposed case management plan and scheduling order. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Vernon S. Broderick on 1/18/2023) (ama)

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Case 1:22-cv-06798-VSB Document 30 Filed 01/18/23 Page 1 of 2 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ----------------------------------------------------------X : TAMARA CARTER, : : Plaintiff, : : -against: : CITY OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY : HEALTH AND HOSPITALS : : CORPORATION, MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL MARIE RICHARD, : : JOHN/JANE DOES 1 -10, being fictitious : names for DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS EMPLOYEES AND NEW : YORK CITY HEALTH AND HOSPITALS : : CORPORATION EMPLOYEES whose identities are presently unknown, individually, : : Defendants. : : --------------------------------------------------------- X VERNON S. BRODERICK, United States District Judge: 22-CV-6798 (VSB) ORDER AND NOTICE OF INITIAL CONFERENCE This case has been assigned to me for all purposes. It is hereby: ORDERED that, in light of the public health crisis, the Court will not be holding an initial pretrial conference. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, by February 1, 2023, the parties submit a joint letter, not to exceed three (3) pages, providing the following information in separate paragraphs: 1. A brief description of the nature of the action and the principal defenses thereto; 2. A brief explanation of why jurisdiction and venue lie in this Court. If any party is a corporation, the letter shall state both the place of incorporation and the principal place of business. If any party is a partnership, limited partnership, limited liability company or trust, the letter shall state the citizenship of each of the entity’s members, shareholders, partners and/or trustees; Case 1:22-cv-06798-VSB Document 30 Filed 01/18/23 Page 2 of 2 3. A brief description of all contemplated and/or outstanding motions, including a description of the current status of plaintiff’s Order to Show Cause, before Justice Lynn R. Kotler of the Supreme Court, New York County, to deem the Notice of Claim timely nunc pro tunc; 4. A brief description of any discovery that has already taken place, and/or that which will be necessary for the parties to engage in meaningful settlement negotiations; 5. A proposed stipulation regarding the deferral of Monell discovery until the resolution, including trial, of plaintiff’s other state and federal cause of actions; 6. A brief description of prior settlement discussions (without disclosing the parties’ offers or settlement positions) and the prospect of settlement; 7. The estimated length of trial; and 8. Any other information that the parties believe may assist the Court in advancing the case to settlement or trial, including, but not limited to, a description of any dispositive issue or novel issue raised by the case. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties also jointly submit to the Court a proposed case management plan and scheduling order. A template for the order is available at http://nysd.uscourts.gov/judge/Broderick. The status letter and the proposed case management plan should be filed electronically on ECF, consistent with Section 13.1 of the Court’s Electronic Case Filing (ECF) Rules & Instructions, available at https://nysd.uscourts.gov/rules/ecf-relatedinstructions. SO ORDERED. Dated: January 18, 2023 New York, New York ______________________ Vernon S. Broderick United States District Judge 2

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