J.F. et al v. New York City Department of Education

Filing 8

ORDER: This case alleges claims under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Title 20, United States Code, Section 1410 et seq. The parties are hereby ORDERED to submit a joint letter, no later than July 9, 2024 and not to exceed five p ages, including the following information in separately numbered paragraphs: (1) whether there is any need for discovery or an initial conference in this case; (2) if there is no need for discovery or an initial conference, a proposed briefing sched ule for any motions, including motions for summary judgment; and (3) whether there is anything the Court can do to facilitate settlement (such as referring the matter for a settlement conference before a Magistrate Judge or to the District's M ediation Program). In accordance with the Court's Individual Rules and Practices, requests for an extension or adjournment may be made only by letter-motion filed on ECF and must be received at least 48 hours before the deadline or conference . The written submission must state (1) the original date and the new date requested; (2) the number of previous requests for adjournment or extension; (3) whether these previous requests were granted or denied; (4) the reason for the extension or adjournment; (5) to the extent applicable, the date of the parties next scheduled appearance before the Court; and (6) whether the adversary consents and, if not, the reasons given by the adversary for refusing to consent. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Jessica G. L. Clarke on 6/3/2024) (tg)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK J.F., individually and on behalf of his child, L.F., et al., Plaintiffs, 24-CV-3707 (JGLC) -againstNEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, ORDER Defendant. JESSICA G. L. CLARKE, United States District Judge: This case alleges claims under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Title 20, United States Code, Section 1410 et seq. The parties are hereby ORDERED to submit a joint letter, no later than July 9, 2024 and not to exceed five pages, including the following information in separately numbered paragraphs: (1) whether there is any need for discovery or an initial conference in this case; (2) if there is no need for discovery or an initial conference, a proposed briefing schedule for any motions, including motions for summary judgment; and (3) whether there is anything the Court can do to facilitate settlement (such as referring the matter for a settlement conference before a Magistrate Judge or to the District’s Mediation Program). In accordance with the Court’s Individual Rules and Practices, requests for an extension or adjournment may be made only by letter-motion filed on ECF and must be received at least 48 hours before the deadline or conference. The written submission must state (1) the original date and the new date requested; (2) the number of previous requests for adjournment or extension; (3) whether these previous requests were granted or denied; (4) the reason for the extension or adjournment; (5) to the extent applicable, the date of the parties’ next scheduled appearance before the Court; and (6) whether the adversary consents and, if not, the reasons given by the adversary for refusing to consent. Dated: June 3, 2024 New York, New York SO ORDERED. JESSICA G. L. CLARKE United States District Judge 2

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