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Friday, November 16, 2012

Statement from Kachroo Legal Services


We are preparing another update specifically addressing the status of our lawsuit against the government and all the work we have conducted after the Court denied the government’s motion to dismiss. However, to clarify, the Court’s order was an initial ruling that allowed our lawsuit to go forward into the next stage, which is where we attempt to prove our claims against the government. It was a groundbreaking ruling because all other lawsuits were dismissed immediately upon filing and were not allowed to go forward. We are now in the next stage of the litigation where we seek documents from the other side in order to prove our claims. Our update will address the status of this stage of the litigation. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me directly. I am happy to speak with you via email or we can discuss over the phone. You can reach me (212) 372-8939.

The Court’s order was an initial ruling that allowed our lawsuit to go forward into the next stage, which is where we attempt to prove our claims against the government. It was a groundbreaking ruling because all other lawsuits were dismissed immediately upon filing and were not allowed to go forward. We are now in the next stage of the litigation where we seek documents from the other side in order to prove our claims.
And how long does that procedure may take

The deadline to complete this stage of the litigation (called “discovery”) is March 1, 2013. There are a few other stages of the litigation after discovery, during which each side will argue that a judgment should be entered in their favor and the case should not proceed to a trial. If the court disagrees with both sides, then it will go to a full trial. The trial date is now set for October 21, 2013.

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