New York Appellate Division: Final Version of Statewide Practice Rules and Local Rules
As was announced earlier this year, Statewide Practice Rules of the New York Appellate Division will become effective on September 17, 2018. Although the basic rules were published earlier, all of the final revisions have been made. The final version of the Statewide Practice Rules is available here. Each of the four departments of the Appellate Division will continue to have local rules, though significantly fewer than in the past. Here are links to all four sets of local rules: First Department: Local Rules Second Department: Local Rules Third Department: Local Rules Fourth Department: Local Rules AppealTech is in contact with the Clerk’s Offices…Read more
Statewide Practice Rules Will Have Significant Effect on Pending First Department Appeals
On February 6, 2018, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore announced that the Statewide Practice Rules of the Appellate Division (the “Statewide Practice Rules”) will be implemented in all four departments, effective September 15, 2018. With respect to appeals in the First Department, perhaps the most notable change is that the deadline to perfect will be shortened to six months from the date of the Notice of Appeal. First Department Appellants will be permitted to stipulate to a 60-day enlargement (or two Calendar Terms), and thereafter, will be permitted to request an additional 30-day (or one Calendar Term) enlargement by letter to…Read more
- New York Appellate Division: Final Version of Statewide Practice Rules and Local Rules
- Statewide Practice Rules Will Have Significant Effect on Pending First Department Appeals
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