Jimenez v. Square Food & Cafe Inc. et al

Filing 15

ORDER My Order of June 10, 2024 (ECF 10) extended until June 21, 2024 the time that Defendant Square Food & Caf Inc. and Defendant Ismael Doe (collectively, "Defendants") would have to respond to the Amended Complaint (ECF 4). On June 26, 2024, Counsel for Defendants filed a notice of appearance in this action. To date, however, Defendants have not responded to the Amended Complaint. I am sua sponte extending the deadline for Defendants to respond to the Amended Complaint nunc pro tunc until July 12, 2024. Failure by Defendants to meet the new deadline for responding to the Amended Complaint may result in an order directing Plaintiffs to begin default judgment proceedings. SO ORDERED. Ismael Doe answer due 7/12/2024; Square Food & Cafe Inc. answer due 7/12/2024. (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 MARCELLINO JIMENEZ and FIDEL GUZMAN 24-CV-3361 (RA) (RFT) Plaintiffs, ORDER -againstSQUARE FOOD & CAFÉ INC. d/b/a SQUARE FOOD MARKET, et al., Defendants. ROBYN F. TARNOFSKY, United States Magistrate Judge: My Order of June 10, 2024 (ECF 10) extended until June 21, 2024 the time that Defendant Square Food & Café Inc. and Defendant Ismael Doe (collectively, “Defendants”) would have to respond to the Amended Complaint (ECF 4). On June 26, 2024, Counsel for Defendants filed a notice of appearance in this action. To date, however, Defendants have not responded to the Amended Complaint. I am sua sponte extending the deadline for Defendants to respond to the Amended Complaint nunc pro tunc until July 12, 2024. Failure by Defendants to meet the new deadline for responding to the Amended Complaint may result in an order directing Plaintiffs to begin default judgment proceedings. DATED: July 3, 2024 New York, NY SO ORDERED. __________________________ ROBYN F. TARNOFSKY United States Magistrate Judge

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