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by | Nov 2, 2022

The court should be notified of any scheduling conflicts that fall within a specific day of the term scheduled for oral argument. In the First Department, the notification must be made by the deadline specified in the court’s term calendar. The Second Department requires continued updates as to unavailability as conflicts arise, prior to calendaring oral argument, and can be sent to the calendar clerks by email. Similarly, in the Third and Fourth Departments the court should be notified of any scheduling conflicts that could fall within a specific day of the term scheduled. By Rule in the Fourth Department, the clerk should be notified in writing within 15 days of the date the scheduling order was mailed, and the court will attempt to accommodate the request.

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Once registered on NYSCEF, all reliefs must be filed via NYSCEF. Motions must be one PDF file, text searchable and bookmarked to be e-filed on NYSCEF or through any court's portal at the appellate level.

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