Yacoubou v. Tex-Q Express Inc. et al

Filing 18

ORDER On May 31, 2024, the fact discovery deadline in this matter was extended until June 29, 2024. (See ECF 17.) The deadline for completing expert discovery was not extended at the time and therefore remains July 31, 2024. The parties shall fi le, by July 9, 2024, a joint status letter (1) confirming that fact discovery has been completed; (2) indicating whether the parties anticipate any issues with completing expert discovery by July 31, 2024; and (3) indicating whether they would lik e the Court's assistance at this time with settlement, either through Court-annexed mediation or through a settlement conference. If any party anticipates making a motion for summary judgment, then the joint status letter shall also include a proposed briefing schedule for that motion. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Robyn F. Tarnofsky on 7/3/2024) (jca)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK FADIL YACOUBOU, Plaintiff, 24-CV-00357 (LAK)(RFT) ORDER -againstTEX-Q EXPRESS INC, et al., Defendants. ROBYN F. TARNOFSKY, United States Magistrate Judge: On May 31, 2024, the fact discovery deadline in this matter was extended until June 29, 2024. (See ECF 17.) The deadline for completing expert discovery was not extended at the time and therefore remains July 31, 2024. The parties shall file, by July 9, 2024, a joint status letter (1) confirming that fact discovery has been completed; (2) indicating whether the parties anticipate any issues with completing expert discovery by July 31, 2024; and (3) indicating whether they would like the Court’s assistance at this time with settlement, either through Court-annexed mediation or through a settlement conference. If any party anticipates making a motion for summary judgment, then the joint status letter shall also include a proposed briefing schedule for that motion. DATED: July 3, 2024 New York, NY SO ORDERED. __________________________ ROBYN F. TARNOFSKY United States Magistrate Judge

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