Krell v. Commissioner of Social Security

Filing 18

ORDER granting 17 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Robert W. Lehrburger on 5/18/2023) (mml)

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OSBORN LAW P.C. Daniel A. Osborn, Esq. Lindsay M. Trust, Esq. May 18, 2023  VIA ECF Honorable Robert W. Lehrburger United States Magistrate Judge Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse 500 Pearl St. New York, New York 10007-1312 Re: Krell v. Commissioner of Social Security Civil Action No. 1:22-cv-10264-RWL Dear Judge Lehrburger, We write on behalf of our client, Steven Michael Krell, to request additional time to file his motion for judgment on the pleadings which is currently due on May 22, 2023 per the Court’s January 24, 2023 Order Granting Extension of Time. This is the second request for an extension of time. Plaintiff requests this extension because we have just filed our Notices of Appearance in this case on May 4, 2023, the Letter Motion to Substitute Attorney was granted on May 12, 2023, and we need additional time to review the case file and the Administrative Transcript. Defendant would like an additional 14 days from August 21, 2023, if needed, to file its Cross-motion as Attorney Hanna is out of town and her associate cannot confirm an exact date to respond. The Defendant will notify the Court by May 26, 2023, if such an extension is necessary. After conferring with the defendant, the parties have agreed to proceed according to the following amended scheduling order, subject to the Court’s approval: x Plaintiff to file his motion for judgment on the pleadings on or before: June 21, 2023; x Defendant to file its response to plaintiff’s motion/cross motion on or before: August 43 West 43rd Street, Suite 131 New York, New York 10036 Telephone 212-725-9800 Facsimile 212-500-5115

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