The Appellate Division was created because, in the late 19th century, the patchwork system of the New York state courts was inefficient and inadequate to meet the needs of the public and legal commun
Today, the Second Circuit will hear its first oral arguments at 40 Foley Square since the judges moved to temporary quarters across the street at 500 Pearl St. in December 2006, and the first of seve
...whether a justice is certificated. But, in the courtroom and conference room, either with the full bench or with that day's panel...
...agree or the assigned Judge orders in connection with a judicial settlement conference…persons authorized by the Court to administer or evaluate the mediation...
Reliance on our state's court system continues to grow. New York courts experienced a 12 percent increase in their caseloads over the last decade. Simultaneous with the increase in litigation, state
...not be dismissed for failure to file briefs, to appear for pre-argument conferences, and to respond to telephone calls from the court's personnel...
New York Law Journal
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