This 4.3-hour program includes the 4 short CPLR
courses listed below (and sold individually as NLF course #s 536, 537, 538, and
539). You will earn CLE credit by completing EITHER
some or all of the individual programs listed below
OR this compilation. You may not earn CLE credit for BOTH
this 4.3-hour compilation and any or all of the four individual titles.
This 260-minute (4.3-hour) program, presented by
Patrick M. Connors, Esquire, on June 20, 2019, provides a useful explanation
of many important topics in New York Practice (CPLR), including new legislation
and caselaw, in four key areas.
Mr. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor In New York
Civil Practice at
Albany Law School. In January 2013,
Professor Connors became the author for Siegel, New York Practice. The
publication's sixth edition, David D. Siegel and Patrick M. Connors,
New York Practice (6th ed. Thomson), is available in hard copy, ebook, and
on Westlaw. The treatise has been cited in thousands of reported cases and has
been called "The Bible" for litigation in New York State courts.
Section 1 – Motion
Practice: Timeliness, Service, Contents Of Motion Papers And Current Caselaw (60
- CPLR 2211: Application for order; when
- CPLR 2212: Where motion made, in
supreme court action
Fensterman v. Joseph
- CPLR 2214: Motion papers; service; time
Keech v. 30 East 85th
Street Co., Leary v. Bendow, Mazario v. Snitow Kanfer Holtzer & Millus LLP
- CPLR 2215: Relief demanded by other
than moving party
Silvering v. Sunrise
Family Medical, P.C.
- CPLR 2220: Entry and filing of order;
Merrell v. Sliwa
- CPLR 2221: Motion affecting prior order
Mazzario v. Snitow
Kanfer Holtzer & Millus LLP, Nolte v. Bridgestone Assocs. LLC, Redeye v.
Progressive Insurance Co.
- CPLR 2222: Docketing order as judgment
Han Soo Lee v.
Riverhead Bay Motors
- CPLR 3211: Motion to dismiss
Kolchins v. Evolution
Markets, Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union v. Quartararo & Lois, Poon v.
- CPLR 3212: Motion for summary judgment
Section 2 – Updates In Disclosure In
New York State Courts (60 minutes):
- CPLR 3101:Scope of disclosure
Forman v. Henkin, Romano v. Steelcase Inc., Vasquez-Santos v. Mathew, Pizzi
v. Muccia, Kanaly v. DeMartino, Colucci v. Stuyvesant Plaza, Inc., Washington v.
Trustees of the M.E. Church of Livingston Manor, Schmitt v. Oneonta City School
- CPLR 3103: Protective orders
Forman v. Henkin, Vandershield Ltd. v. Isaacson
- CPLR 3110: Where the deposition is to be taken within the state
Keech v. 30 East 85th Street Co., Leary v. Bendow, Mazario v. Snitow Kanfer
Holtzer & Millus LLP
- CPLR 3111: Production of things at the examination
- Part 221: Uniform Rules For The Conduct Of Depositions
Zbigniewicz v. Sebzda, Freidman v. Fayenson
- CPLR 3120: Discovery and production of documents and things for inspecting,
testing, copying or photocopying
- CPLR 3121: Physical or mental examination
Markel v. Pure Power Boot Camp, Inc.
- CPLR 3122: Objection to disclosure, inspection or examination; compliance
- CPLR 3123: Admission as to matters of fact, papers, documents and photographs
Smith v. Brown
- CPLR 3126: Penalties for refusal to comply with order or to disclose
Section 3 –
E-Filing In New York State Courts: Procedures, Problems, Recent Caselaw (60
- CPLR 2101: Form of papers
- CPLR 2102: Filing of papers and
CPLR 2103: Service of papers
Simon v. Usher,
Woodward v. Millbrook Ventures LLC, Marzario v. Snitow Kanfer Holtzer &
Millus LLP, JBBNY, LLC v. Dedvukaj
- CPLR 2110: Definitions and CPLR
2111: Fling of papers in the trial courts by facsimile transmission and by
Porsch, Wimbledon Fin. Master Fund, Ltd. v. Laslop
- CPLR 2112: Filing of papers in the
appellate division by electronic means
- CPLR 2214: Motion papers; service;
Keech v. 30 East
85th Street Co., LLC, Eastern Funding LLC v. San Jose 63 Corp.
- 22 N.Y.C.R.R. Section 202.5: Papers
filed in court
Section 4 – Recent Issues In Arbitration, Including New Legislation And
Caselaw (80 minutes):
- CPLR 7501: Effect of arbitration agreement
McCarthy v. Kerrigan
- CPLR 7502: Applications to the court; statutes of limitations;
- CPLR 7503: Application to compel or stay arbitration; stay of action,
notice of intention to arbitrate
Gold v. New York Life Insurance Co., Epic Sys. Corp. v. Lewis, Garthon
Business Inc. v. Stein, McCarthy v. Kerrigan, New York Cent. Mut. Fire Ins.
Co. v. Czumaj, Duprat v. BMW Financial Services, NA, LLC
- CPLR 7504: Court appointment of arbitrator; CPLR 7505: Powers of
arbitrator; CPLR 7506: Hearing; CPLR 7507: Award; form; time; delivery
- CPLR 7510: Confirmation of award
Jurcee v. Moloney
- CPLR 7511: Vacating or modifying award
TCR Sports Broadcasting Holding, LLP v. WN Partner, LLC
- CPLR 7513: Death or incompetency of a party
- CPLR 7515: Mandatory arbitration clauses; prohibited
- Federal Aviation Act Compared
Vaden v. Discovery Bank, Doscher v. Sea Port Group Securities, Lamps
Plus, Inc. v. Varela
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