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Appellate Dvision First Department: Summary Statement on Application as Relating to Late Reply Briefs
Many are under the mistaken impression that, just as in the Appellate Division 2d Department (AD2), attorneys have 10 days from the date of filing of the Respondent’s Brief in the Appellate Division 1st Department (AD1) to file their Reply Brief in further support of...
Once Initial Case Information is recorded, the Appellate Division (through NYSCEF) will assign a Case Number via direct email to the registrant together with a link to the Notification of Case Number form. The attorney must complete this form, serve it upon the...
Counsel for appellant or an unrepresented litigant who voluntarily participates in e-filing will receive a “calendar number” from the Court. Within seven (7) days of receipt of the “calendar number”, counsel for appellant or an unrepresented litigant who voluntarily...
At the Appellate Division, all electronically filed motions and papers filed in opposition or relation to motions, should be filed in one PDF document, which shall contain bookmarks linking each separate document. contained therein.
When perfecting on the Appendix method, the Lower Court record must be subpoenaed from the County of original instance and sent to the Department in which the case is being heard. Please keep in mind each county has different charges in regards to subpoena fees.
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