Discount Decorative Flags, LLC v. Whaleco Inc. et al.
ORDER granting 16 Letter Motion to Adjourn Conference. Application GRANTED. The initial pretrial conference scheduled for November 15, 2023 is hereby ADJOURNED to December 13, 2023, at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk is directed to terminate EFC No. 16. SO ORDERED. (Initial Conference set for 12/13/2023 at 09:00 AM before Judge Jesse M. Furman.) (Signed by Judge Jesse M. Furman on 11/13/23) (yv)
November 9, 2023
Application GRANTED. The initial
pretrial conference scheduled for
November 15, 2023 is hereby
ADJOURNED to December 13, 2023,
at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk is directed to
terminate EFC No. 16.
Hon. Jesse M. Furman
United States District Judge
United States District Court
Southern District of New York
40 Centre Street, Room 2202
New York, NY 10007
November 13, 2023
Discount Decorative Flags, LLC v. Whaleco, Inc.
Civil Action No. 23-cv-5995 (JMF)
Dear Judge Furman,
We represent Defendant Whaleco, Inc. and are writing on behalf of both Plaintiff Discount
Decorative Flags d/b/a Briarwood Lane and Defendant Whaleco, Inc. in this matter.
The parties jointly request a thirty (30) day adjournment of next week’s initial pretrial
conference, and the associated pre-conference due date for a proposed case management plan
and joint letter.
Pursuant to Your Honor’s Individual Rule 2.E: (1) the original date scheduled for the conference
is Wednesday November 15th at 9 a.m; and (2)-(3) there has been one prior request for a thirty
(30) day extension, which has been granted. D.E. 13.
As to requirement 2.E(4), the reasons for the extension, the parties have continued to engage in
good faith settlement negotiations to attempt to resolve this matter early in the litigation. They
request an additional extension to further facilitate their discussions, which might eliminate the
need to expend judicial and party resources on a conference and pre-conference submissions. In
addition, Plaintiff has agreed to a further thirty (30) days for Defendant to answer or respond to
the complaint given the settlement discussions; if the matter is not resolved both Plaintiff and the
Court will have the benefit of a responsive filing before the Initial Pretrial Conference.
As to requirement 2.E(5) and (6), both parties join in this request, and there are no scheduled
appearances or deadlines other than the pretrial conference and due date for submission of a
proposed case management plan and joint letter which the parties seek to extend herein.
November 9, 2023
The parties thus submit that good cause exists for a thirty (30) day extension of next
week’s initial pretrial conference and the due date for a proposed case management plan and
We thank the Court in advance for its attention to this matter.
/s/ Raj Gandesha
Raj Gandesha (RG2316)
WHITE & CASE, LLP
T +1 212 819 8975
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