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Appellate Division, Second Department, June 10, 2020 Order

by | Jun 11, 2020

Supreme Court of the State of New York
Appellate Division: Second Judicial Department
ADM 2020-0610

Pursuant to the power vested in it under section 85 of the Judiciary Law (Judiciary Law § 85), the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court for the Second Judicial Department hereby:

ORDERS that Administrative Order 2020-0506, issued May 6, 2020, is hereby amended, and, in addition to the deadlines set forth therein, new deadlines are established for respondents and reply briefs in relation to non-actively-managed civil matters which were due to be filed between March 16, 2020, and June 10, 2020, and which have not yet been filed, as follows:

(1) The deadline for respondent’s briefs which were due to be filed between March 16, 2020, and April 30, 2020, is July 6, 2020;

(2) The deadline for respondent’s briefs which were due to be filed between May 1, 2020, and June 10, 2020, is July 27, 2020;

(3) The deadline for reply briefs which were due to be filed between March 16, 2020, and May 15, 2020, is July 1, 2020;

(4) The deadline for reply briefs which were due to be filed between May 15, 2020 and June 10, 2020, is July 10, 2020;

and all such briefs shall be served in accordance with section 1250.1(c) of the Rules of Practice of the Appellate Division (22 NYCRR §1250.1[c]) and via e-mail, and a digital copy with proof of service shall be deemed filed by being uploaded through the digital portal on this Court’s website https://www.nycourts.gov/courts/AD2/Digital_Submission.shtml , on or before those deadlines, and hard copy filings may be made but are not required pending further order or directive of this Court; and further,

ORDERS that no further extensions of time shall be granted beyond the deadlines set forth herein, except that, in the case of extreme hardship, or where the brief to which the response or reply pertains has not been served in digital form and, despite request, has not been timely provided in that format, an application may be made to the Clerk of the Court by e-mail at ad2clerk@nycourts.gov on which the other parties to the appeal shall be copied; and further,
ORDERS that the parties shall comply with any other filing deadlines set by the Clerk of the Court or her designee, or by order of this Court, in the manner so directed or ordered; and further,

ORDERS that filing and other deadlines set forth in any order of this Court, the Practice
Rules of the Appellate Division (22 NYCRR part 1250), the Rules of Practice of this Court (22
NYCRR part 670), or Electronic Filing Rules of the Appellate Division (22 NYCRR part 1245),
or a prior directive of the Clerk of the Court, in relation to the perfection of non-activelymanaged
civil matters not heretofore addressed continue to be suspended until further directive
of this Court.

DATED: Brooklyn, New York

June 10, 2020
For the Court:
____________________________________
ALAN D. SCHEINKMAN
Presiding Justice

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