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LOUROS v. KRIECAS

United States District Court, S.D. New York


December 3, 2004.

Louros
v.
Kriecas.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: LEWIS KAPLAN, District Judge

We represent the Defendant Leonard Kriecas in the above-captioned action. Under the current scheduling order, the deadline for pretrial submissions and dispositive motions is December 20, 2004. We anticipate making a summary judgment motion within the prescribed time period. We are writing to request that the time frame for filing pretrial submissions be extended until after the summary judgment motion has been decided.

The circumstances underlying this request are as follows: Inasmuch as the disposition of the summary judgment motion may impact the issues to be tried, the ruling on the summary judgment motion may also cause the parties to amend or refine their pretrial submissions or obviate the need for pretrial submissions. In order that the parties may frame their initial submissions as accurately as possible and avoid burdening the Court with multiple or amended submissions, we respectfully request that the parties be permitted to await a decision on the summary judgment motion prior to making their pretrial submissions.

I have conferred with my adversary and he has indicated that he has no objection to this request. There have been no prior requests for an extension of this particular time period.

  SO ORDERED.

20041203

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