Hwang v. Garland et al

Filing 8

ORDER: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, within sixty (60) days of service of the summons and complaint, the parties must meet and confer in a good-faith attempt to settle this action. If the parties do not reach a settlement within this timeframe, the p arties shall file a joint letter with the Court either: (1) requesting additional time to confer to reach a resolution; or (2) request that the Court proceed with an initial pretrial conference. This letter shall be filed within seventy (70) days of service of the summons and complaint. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Jessica G. L. Clarke on 5/9/2024) (tg)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK JIWON HWANG, Plaintiff, -against- 24-CV-3366 (JGLC) MERRICK GARLAND, Attorney General of the United States and TRACY RENAUD, USCIS Director, ORDER Defendants. JESSICA G. L. CLARKE, United States District Judge: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, within sixty (60) days of service of the summons and complaint, the parties must meet and confer in a good-faith attempt to settle this action. If the parties do not reach a settlement within this timeframe, the parties shall file a joint letter with the Court either: (1) requesting additional time to confer to reach a resolution; or (2) request that the Court proceed with an initial pretrial conference. This letter shall be filed within seventy (70) days of service of the summons and complaint. Dated: May 9, 2024 New York, New York SO ORDERED. JESSICA G. L. CLARKE United States District Judge

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