Nervora Fashion, Inc. v. Advance Magazine Publishers Inc.

Filing 36

MEMO ENDORSEMENT re: 35 LETTER addressed to Judge Ronnie Abrams from Lacy H. Koonce III dated 7/1/2024 re: Request that the Court strike the earlier filings (ECF Nos. 28-33), and permit Nervora to file unredacted versions of its Memorandum and Supp lemental Declaration. Document filed by Nervora Fashion, Inc; denying as moot 30 Letter Motion to Seal. ENDORSEMENT: Plaintiff Nervora Fashion, Inc. filed a redacted Reply Memorandum (ECF No. 28) and Supplemental Declaration (ECF No. 29) without pr ior leave from the Court. To address the parties' request, the Court respectfully directs the Clerk of Court to strike Document Nos. 28 and 29 from the docket but retain the summary docket text for the record. Plaintiff then filed unredacted ver sions of the Reply Memorandum (ECF No. 31) and Supplemental Declaration (ECF No. 32) accessible only to "Selected Parties." The Court thus respectfully directs the Clerk of Court to modify the viewing level of these documents to "Public." Lastly, the Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close the motion pending at ECF No. 30 as it is now moot. (Signed by Judge Ronnie Abrams on 7/3/2024) (tg)

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Case 1:24-cv-04805-RA Document 35 Filed 07/01/24 Page 1 of 1 July 1, 2024 Via ECF Honorable Judge Ronnie Abrams United States District Court Southern District of New York 40 Foley Square, Room 2203 New York, NY 10007 Re: Nervora Fashion, Inc. v. Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. Dear Judge Abrams: This firm represents Petitioner Nervora Fashion, Inc. (“Nervora”) and we write on consent of counsel for Respondent Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. (“Advance”). Earlier today, we asked the Court for permission to file under seal versions of Nervora’s Reply Memorandum of Law and accompanying Supplemental Declaration of Shashi Menon with redacted portions referencing a confidential license between the Parties. Although we sought consent from Advance’s counsel this morning to file the documents without seeking to seal them, counsel was unable to receive confirmation from Advance before the filing deadline. However, shortly after the filing deadline, counsel confirmed that the documents need not be sealed. Therefore, Nervora respectfully requests that the Court strike the earlier filings (ECF Nos. 28-33), and permit Nervora to file unredacted versions of its Memorandum and Supplemental Declaration on the public docket. We thank your Honor for your consideration. Plaintiff Nervora Fashion, Inc. filed a redacted Reply Memorandum (ECF No. 28) and Supplemental Declaration (ECF No. 29) without prior leave from the Court. To address the parties' request, the Court respectfully directs the Clerk of Court to strike Document Nos. 28 and 29 from the docket but retain the summary docket text for the record. Plaintiff then filed unredacted versions of the Reply Memorandum (ECF No. 31) and Supplemental Declaration (ECF No. 32) accessible only to "Selected Parties." The Court thus respectfully directs the Clerk of Court to modify the viewing level of these documents to "Public." Lastly, the Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close the motion pending at ECF No. 30 as it is now moot. __________________ Hon. Ronnie Abrams July 3, 2024 Klaris Law PLLC 161 Water Street, Ste 904, New York, NY 10038 Respectfully Submitted, Lance Koonce Klaris Law PLLC 161 Water Street, #904 New York, NY 10038 Lance.koonce@klarislaw.com (917) 612-5861 Lance.Koonce@KlarisLaw.com (917) 612-5861

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