current with continuing developments in the New York CPLR (Civil Practice Law
and Rules) is vital for attorneys practicing in New York state courts. In this
1.6-hour (100 minutes) August 20, 2015 program, Patrick M. Connors,
Esq. reviews and explains important recent developments in New York Civil
Practice. Recognized by many lawyers as the leading authority in New York
Practice, he also provides useful warnings and suggestions.
Mr. Connors is Professor of Law at Albany Law School
and Visiting Scholar in Residence at Touro Law School during the 2015 fall
Note: This is the first (Episode 1) of our new series of
periodic programs by Professor Connors on key CPLR developments. If you practice
in New York state courts, you will want to hear his useful and practical
explanations, insights, tips, and warnings.
Major topics include:
CPLR 213: Actions to be commenced within six years
Ace Sec. Corp. v. DB Structured Products, Inc.
Kraus v. Kraus
CPLR 301: Jurisdiction over persons, property or
B & M Kingstone, LLC v. Mega Intern. Commercial
Bank Co., Ltd.
CPLR 1601: Limited liability of persons jointly
Artibee v. Home Place Corp.
CPLR 2214: Motion papers; service; time
Harrington v. Brunson
Garrison v. Quirk
CPLR 2307: Books, papers and other things
Lombardo v. Dormitory Auth. of the State of New
CPLR 3018: Responsive pleadings
Scholastic Inc. v. Pace Plumbing Corp.
Thome v. Benchmark Main Transit Associates, LLC
CPLR 3012: Service of pleadings and demand for
Harris v. City of New York
CPLR 3025: Amended and supplemental pleadings
Kimso Apartments, LLC v. Gandhi
Boyer v. Kamthan
CPLR 3043: Bill of particulars in personal injury
Brown v. Brink Elevator Corp
CPLR 3101: Scope of disclosure
Rivera v. Montefiore Medical Center
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