Anorga v. Halseen, Inc. et al
ORDER granting 17 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Andrew L. Carter, Jr on 11/17/2022) (ate)
Case 1:22-cv-07799-ALC Document 18 Filed 11/17/22 Page 1 of 1
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Amit Kumar, Esq.
Louis M. Leon, Esq.
Matthew S. Blum, Esq.
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Andrew S. Buzin, Esq.
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November 15, 2022
Via Electronic Case Filing
Hon. Andrew L. Carter, U.S.D.J.
United States District Court
Southern District of New York
40 Foley Square
New York, New York 10007
Anorga v. Halseen, Inc., et al
Case No.: 1:22-cv-07799 (ALC)
Dear Judge Carter:
This firm represents Plaintiff in the above-referenced action. We write, with Defendants’
consent, to respectfully request an extension of Plaintiff’s deadline to respond to Defendants’ motion
to compel arbitration, which is currently November 21, 2022. This is the first request for an
extension of this deadline.
Defendants previously received an extension of almost thirty days to respond to the
complaint in this action. [DE 10]. We now request an extension of the deadline to oppose
Defendants’ motion to compel arbitration with the following revised briefing schedule: Plaintiff’s
opposition papers due by January 4, 2023 and Defendants’ reply papers due by January 25, 2023
We make this request due to the undersigned’s pre-planned vacation starting later this month
and lasting through December as well as the upcoming religious and national holidays. Prior to
making this application, I conferred with defense counsel and not only did he consent to our request,
but he also proposed the aforementioned briefing schedule. We thank the Court for its attention and
consideration to this request.
All counsel (via ECF).
Louis M. Leon, Esq. (LL 2057)
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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