Proper Motion Practice Techniques for the New York State Appellate Division and NYSCA

The single greatest difference between the Appellate Division and the Court of Appeals motion practice is that Appellate Division motions are submitted on a serve one/file one basis under a legal back, whereas Court of Appeals motions are submitted in brief form, serving two and filing seven. Service requirements are calculated in the same manner, …

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Appellate Procedure Checklist–5 Key Facts to Know about…Appendices

Much like Records on Appeal, Appendices are an integral part of the appellate process. Thus, it is of paramount importance to understand, at least, the basics regarding the Appendix method. Below, find 5 key facts to help you on your way to a better understanding of Appendices.   1. Appendices are essentially abbreviated Records on Appeal. 2. When …

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