Blog Post For : Appellate Division
The New York Appellate Division, Fourth Department announces expansion of e-filing categories starting October 1, 2019
The New York Appellate Division, Fourth Department recently announced that they are expanding the categories of appeals that will be required to e-file over the next few months. The notice is available here. First Update - October 1, 2019 The first update is scheduled to occur on October 1, 2019. On that date, e-filing in the Fourth Department will be mandatory for all non-Family Court civil matters. With a few exceptions, e-filing in non-Family Court civil matters has been voluntary since January 1, 2019. In addition, criminal appeals and appeals from Family Court will be allowed to voluntarily e-file if…Read more
What Does it Mean to “Settle” a Transcript?
As with most nomenclature in the legal profession, terminology can be misleading or often appear more confusing to the practitioner than need be. “Settling” the transcripts is one of these terms; “settling” a transcript is synonymous with “correcting” the transcript. Essentially, settling a transcript is predicated on the basis that the record on appeal must “contain all of the relevant papers that were before the Supreme Court, including the transcript, if any, of the proceedings.” Matison v. County of Nassau (2002) 290 AD2d 494, 495. An Appellant must provide the Court with the full transcript, otherwise the record on appeal…Read more
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