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The Revised Uniform Rules For The Supreme And County Court In New York
The Revised Uniform Rules For The Supreme And County Court In New York

 

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Effective February 1, 2021, 29 provisions similar to the Commercial Division Rules were incorporated into the Uniform Rules for The Supreme Court and The County Court. In this November 15, 2021, 1.6-hour program, Patrick M. Connors, Esquire, explains the history of these Rules, what they are as of the date of this presentation, numerous important recent court decisions, and proposed revisions and amendments.

Patrick M. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor in New York Civil Practice at Albany Law School where he teaches, inter alia, New York Practice and Procedure. Among his many accomplishments, Professor Connors is the co-author of New York Practice 6th Edition, which is known as "The Bible" on New York civil procedure.

The Revised Uniform Rules are important. If you practice in any of these courts, you will want to hear this valuable presentation by the recognized leading expert on New York Practice and Procedure.

Major topics include:
Historical development
October 1, 2021 Request for Public Comment
Submission of sur-reply and post-submission papers and moving by order to show cause
Limit to number and length of depositions
Motions for summary judgment; statements of material facts
New Uniform Rule Section 202.8-b, "length of papers"
Revised Uniform Rule 202.1(f)
Proposed revisions and amendments


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Price: $79.00


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