Securities Exchange Comm.
v.
Great Amer. Technol

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United States District Court, S.D. New YorkMay 15, 2009
07 Civ. 10694 (DC). (S.D.N.Y. May. 15, 2009)

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07 Civ. 10694 (DC).

May 15, 2009


ORDER


The Court held a conference in this case today and ruled as follows:

(1) Defendant Vincent Setteducate shall meet his obligations to his attorney, Martin Stolar, by May 29, 2009. If he fails to do so, Mr. Stolar's application to withdraw as counsel will be granted, and Mr. Setteducate will be required to proceed pro se. Mr. Stolar shall forward a copy of this Order to Mr. Setteducate.

(2) Mr. Setteducate shall respond — either through counsel orpro se — to all of plaintiff Securities and Exchange Commission's ("SEC") outstanding discovery requests by June 19, 2009.

(3) The motion by the SEC for a default judgment against defendant Great American Technologies, Inc. ("GAT") is denied as moot, as GAT is now represented by counsel.

(4) GAT shall provide initial disclosures to the SEC and respond to all outstanding discovery requests by June 5, 2009.

(5) All discovery, fact and expert, shall be completed by October 2, 2009. The Court will hold a conference that same day at 10:00 a.m.

(6) The conference scheduled for July 10, 2009 is cancelled.

SO ORDERED.