DeFilippo v. National Railroad Passenger Corporation
||Naitional Railroad Passenger Corporation
||April 18, 2017
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
||Katherine Polk Failla
|Nature of Suit:
||Federal Employers Liability
|Cause of Action:
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|October 13, 2020
ORDER:There is currently a jury trial scheduled in this action for November 30, 2020. However, given the ongoing pandemic and representations from the parties, the Court does not believe it prudent to proceed with trial at this time. Accordingly, t he Court ADJOURNS the jury trial and its associated deadlines, including the final pretrial conference, sine die. The Court ORDERS the parties to submit a joint letter on or before October 23, 2020, with proposed jury trial dates for the second quarter of 2021. (Signed by Judge Katherine Polk Failla on 10/13/2020) (rro)
|August 2, 2019
OPINION AND ORDER re: 79 FIRST MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by ABM Janitorial Services Northeast, Inc. For the reasons discussed in this Opinion, ABM's motion for summary judgment is DENIED in full. The Clerk of Court is directed to terminate the motion at Docket Entry 79. The parties are to submit a joint letter on or before August 19, 2019, in which they set are to set forth their availability for trial in the second quarter of 2020, to request an alternative dispute resolution mechanism, and/or to propose an alternative path forward for resolution of this case. (Signed by Judge Katherine Polk Failla on 8/2/2019) (rro)
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