In his New York Practice column, Thomas F. Gleason of Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'Shea reviews a decision in which the Second Department recently found "glitches associated with the initiation of the ne
Laila Abou-Rahme and Stephen Scotch-Marmo of Bingham McCutchen write: New York's fixed prejudgment interest rate may have once made sense, but for many years now, it has lagged behind the market. It
In his New York Practice column, Thomas F. Gleason, a member of Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'Shea, writes: A survey of results in CPLR 7803 challenges might suggest the statutory term "substantial eviden
...generously allows appeals from nearly all interlocutory orders and judgments. Professor David Siegel notes that CPLR 5701(a)(1)(iv) ("involves some part of...
In his New York Practice column, Thomas F. Gleason, a member of Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'Shea, writes that appeals of interlocutory orders to the Appellate Division are liberally permitted under CPLR
...Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'...Court, Herkimer County [Normal I. Siegel, A.J.], entered January 25...
In his New York Practice column, Thomas F. Gleason. a member of Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'Shea, analyzes a recent appellate decision holding that affirmations containing electronic signatures will suf
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