I would suggest you talk to your attorney and ask that he reach out to the Court and the Judges chambers to get an update. After that he will take the appropriate action.
The advice I have given does not bind the parties in any manner and is merely given as a courtesy.
There is only a time limit for decisions on motions and Judges often can't meet it (60 days) because they have so many cases pending.
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This is a huge problem in New York City. The suggestion you received of having your attorney reach out to chambers is a good one.
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