Marshall v. Annucci et al

Filing 204

ORDER granting 203 Letter Motion for Extension of Time to File. Application granted. The time to file a pre-motion conference letter together with the Rule 56.1 Statement and responses is extended to 9/5/2022. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Philip M. Halpern on 8/2/2022) (va)

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Case 7:16-cv-08622-PMH-PED Document 204 inFiled 08/02/22 Page 1 ofPage 1 Case 7-16-cv-08622-PMH-PED Document 203 Filed NYSD on 08/01/2022 1 of 1 Three Bryant Park 1095 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036-6797 +1 212 698 3500 Main +1 212 698 3599 Fax STEPHEN NATHAN WILLIAMS August 1, 2022 VIA ECF 212to 698file 3603 Direct Application granted. The +1 time a pre-motion +1 212 698 3599 conference letter together with the RuleFax 56.1 Statement and responses is extended to 9/5/2022. SO ORDERED. _______________________ Honorable Philip M. Halpern Philip M. Halpern United States District Judge United States District Judge Federal Building and Court House Dated: White Plains, New York Southern District of New York August 2, 2022 300 Quarropas Street White Plains, New York 10601 Re: Marshall v. Waldron, 7:16-cv-8622 (PMH) Dear Judge Halpern: We write on behalf of Plaintiff Anthony Marshall to seek a two-week extension of time for the submission of pre-motion letters for summary judgment in the abovereferenced matter. Defendants previously applied, with Plaintiff’s consent, to extend the deadline for submission of pre-motion letters until August 22, 2022. The Court granted Defendants’ application. Pursuant to paragraph E(iv) of Your Honor’s Individual Practices, a party must respond to a prospective movant’s Rule 56.1 Statement in advance of the pre-motion letter deadline. Due to scheduled personal and medical leave by Plaintiff’s counsel during the two weeks prior to the pre-motion letter deadline, we request that the same deadline be extended until September 5, 2022, to ensure counsel’s availability to respond to Defendants’ Rule 56.1 Statement. We have conferred with Defendants, who consent to this request. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Stephen Nathan Williams Stephen Nathan Williams

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