Ramos et al v. Guaba Deli Grocery Corp. et al
Case Number: 1:2020cv04904
Filed: June 29, 2020
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of New York
Office: Foley Square Office
Nature of Suit: Labor: Fair Standards
Cause of Action: 29:201 Fair Labor Standards Act

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June 29, 2020 Opinion or Order Filing 12 ORDER: As discussed in today's conference, the Court sets the following deadlines for the parties' anticipated cross-motions for partial summary judgment: The joint statement of facts is due July 20, 2020; HCC's brief in suppor t of its motion for partial summary judgment is due August 10, 2020; Roc Nation's brief in support of its motion for partial summary judgment and in opposition to HCC's motion is due August 31, 2020; HCC's brief containing its reply and opposition to Roc Nation's motion is due September 14, 2020; and Roc Nation's reply brief is due September 28, 2020. For avoidance of doubt, the deadlines for the joint pretrial order, proposed voir dire, proposed jury instructions, and motions in limine are adjourned sine die. (Motions due by 8/10/2020. Cross Motions due by 8/31/2020. Responses due by 9/14/2020. Replies due by 9/28/2020.) (Signed by Judge Paul A. Engelmayer on 6/29/2020) (jwh)
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