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by | Sep 11, 2019

In AD2, according to Part NYCRR 22 670.15(c), not more than one attorney
shall be heard for each brief filed unless, upon application made in writing
at least seven days before the matter appears on the court’s calendar, the
court shall have granted permission to allow more than one attorney to argue.

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