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The first step when filing a notice of appeal for an appeal which will be perfected at the Second Circuit is to file with the district clerk. An appeal permitted by law as of right from a district court to the Court of Appeals may be taken only by filing a notice of...
Motions for Leave to Appeal to the Court of Appeals of the State of New York (hereinafter, the “NYSCA”) are one of the few instances in the law (if not the only one) where an attorney has two bites at the apple. To wit, the losing attorney at the Appellate Division...
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