Connolly v. Deutsche Bank AG

Filing 80

MEMO ENDORSED ORDER on re: 79 Letter Plaintiff's discovery motion filed by Matthew Connolly withdrawing 78 Letter Motion for Discovery. ENDORSEMENT: SO ORDERED. The Clerk of Court is directed to terminate ECF No. 78. (Signed by Judge Jesse M. Furman on 6/3/24) (yv)

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June 3, 2024 By CM/ECF Hon. Jesse M. Furman, U.S.D.J. Thurgood Marshall Courthouse 40 Foley Square New York, New York 10007 Re: Matthew Connolly v. Deutsche Bank AG, No. 22-CV-09811-JMF Dear Judge Furman: Counsel for plaintiff Matthew Connolly (“Plaintiff”) and defendant Deutsche Bank AG (“Defendant,” and together with Plaintiff the “Parties”) write jointly concerning Plaintiff’s pending motion for discovery (Doc. No. 78). As discussed on this morning’s call, the Parties have been in discussions about the issues raised in the motion and presently believe that the motion may prove to be unnecessary. For that reason, and given that Defendant’s response to the motion is due today, the Parties jointly request that the motion be withdrawn without prejudice to renew. Plaintiff will inform the Court by no later than June 24, 2024, whether any issues remain or if the motion should be reinstated. In the event the motion is reinstated, Defendant’s time to respond to the reinstated motion will be determined by the Court. We thank the Court for its consideration of this matter. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Daniel Grossman Harris St. Laurent and Wechsler, LLP Counsel for Plaintiff /s/ Jonathan K. Youngwood Karen Porter Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP Counsel for Defendant SO ORDERED. The Clerk of Court is directed to terminate ECF No. 78. June 3, 2024

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