United States District Court, S.D. New York
ANTON F. LIVERPOOL, Plaintiff,
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, et al., Defendants.
BARBARA MOSES, United States Magistrate Judge.
discovery having expired on December 20, 2019, without any
party requesting an extension (Dkt. No. 63), and neither side
having submitted any pre-motion letters regarding summary
judgment by the deadline to do so (Dkt. No. 37 ¶ 7), the
parties are directed to promptly contact the chambers of the
Hon. Paul A. Engelmayer, United States District Judge,
concerning a schedule for the submission of pro se
plaintiff Anton Liverpool's Pretrial Statement and the
parties' other pretrial filings.
Clerk of Court is directed to mail a copy of this Order to
plaintiff pro se.
Rules and Practices in Civil Pro Se Cases Paul A.
Engelmayer United States District Judge
States District Court Southern District of New York 500 Pearl
Street, Room 230 New York, NY 10007 (212)805-0175
otherwise ordered by Judge Engelmayer, these Individual
Practices apply to all civil pro se cases.
Communications with Chambers
By a Pro Se Party.
communications with the Court by a pro se party
should be delivered in person or mailed to the Pro
Se Office, United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl Street,
Room 200, New York, New York 10007. No. documents or court
filings may be sent directly to Chambers. Unless the Court
orders otherwise, all communications with the Court will be
docketed upon receipt; such docketing shall constitute
service on any user of the ECF system. If any other party is
not a user of the ECF system (e.g., if there is
another pro se party in the case), a pro se
party must send copies of any filing to that party and
include an Affidavit of Service or other statement affirming
that it has done so. Copies of correspondence between a
pro se party and opposing parties shall not be sent
to the Court, B. By Parties Represented by
as otherwise provided below, communications with the Court by
a represented party shall be governed by Judge
Engelmayer's Individual Rules and Practices in Civil
Cases, available at
Requests for Adjournments or Extensions of Time.
requests for adjournments or extensions of time must be made
in writing and must state: (1) the original date(s); (2) the
number of previous requests for adjournment or extension; (3)
whether these previous requests were granted or denied; (4)
the reasons for the requested extension; (5) whether the
adversary consents and, if not, the reasons given by the
adversary for refusing to consent; and (6) the date of the
parties' next scheduled appearance before the Court. If
the requested adjournment or extension affects any other
scheduled dates, a represented party must submit a proposed
Revised Scheduling Order in accordance with Judge
Furman's Individual Rules and Practices in Civil Cases.
A pro se party may, but is not required to, submit a
proposed Revised Scheduling Order. Requests for extensions of
deadlines regarding a matter that has been ...