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AT2 Order Lifting Filing Suspensions

by | Jun 4, 2020

AT2 Order Lifting Filing Suspensions:

Supreme Court of the State of New York
Appellate Division: Second Judicial Department
ADM 2020-0527

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 2020-0318, issued March 18, 2020, is hereby
rescinded to the extent set forth below; and further,

ORDERS that new deadlines are established for briefs in all appeals pending before
Appellate Term, Second Department, which were due to be filed between March 17, 2020, and
May 27, 2020, and which have not yet been filed, as follows:

(1) The deadline for briefs which were due to be filed between March 17, 2020, and
March 31, 2020, is July 28, 2020;

(2) The deadline for briefs which were due to be filed between April 1, 2020, and April
15, 2020, is August 11, 2020;

(3) The deadline for briefs which were due to be filed between April 16, 2020, and
May 27, 2020, is August 25, 2020;

and all such briefs shall be served in accordance with section 731.7 of the Rules of Practice for
the Appellate Terms (22 NYCRR §731.7) and via e-mail, and a digital copy with proof of
service shall be deemed filed by being uploaded through the digital portal on the Appellate
Term, Second Department’s website (https://nycourts.sharepoint.com/sites/AT2-DCS/SitePages/Home.aspx.), on or before those deadlines, and hard copy filings may not be
made pending further order or directive of this Court; and further,

ORDERS that all motions, with the exception of those in which filing deadlines were
set by order or by directive of the Chief Clerk of the Appellate Term, Second Department or by
order of the Appellate Term, Second Department, which were returnable between March 17,
2020, and May 27, 2020, are adjourned as follows:

(1) Motions which were returnable between March 17, 2020, and March 31, 2020, are
adjourned to, and are now, returnable on May 28, 2020;

(2) Motions which were returnable between April 1, 2020, and April 15, 2020, are adjourned
to, and are now, returnable on June 11, 2020;

(3) Motions which were returnable between April 16, 2020, and May 27, 2020, are
adjourned to, and are now, returnable on June 25, 2020;
and any opposition or, where permitted, reply papers in relation thereto shall be served in
accordance with section 731.4 of the Rules of Practice for the Appellate Terms (22 NYCRR
§731.4) and via e-mail and shall be deemed filed upon a digital copy with proof of
service being uploaded through the digital portal on the Appellate Term, Second Department’s
website: (https://nycourts.sharepoint.com/sites/AT2-DCS/SitePages/Home.aspx.), on or
before those dates, and hard copy filings may not be made pending further order or directive of
this Court.

ORDERS that the parties shall comply with any other filing deadlines set by the Chief
Clerk of the Appellate Term, Second Department or his designee, or by order of the Appellate
Term, Second Department, in the manner so directed or ordered.

DATED: Brooklyn, New York
May 27, 2020
For the Court:
ALAN D. SCHEINKMAN
Presiding Justice

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