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Wednesday Wisdom

Wednesday Wisdom

The Appellate Division rules require NYSCEF registration to be completed within 14 days of filing the NOA in the lower court. That said, even if beyond the 14 day period, attorneys should do it asap so that when it comes time to perfect the appeal, a case number is...

Wednesday Wisdom

Wednesday Wisdom

AD1 and AD2 routinely dismiss appeals that have not been timely perfected. In both courts the clerks make calendars of all civil appeals not perfected in a timely manner and publish those calendars in the New York Law Journal. After these notices have been published...

Wednesday Wisdom

Wednesday Wisdom

NYSCEF has begun charging a service fee for all CC transactions and it is non-refundable. We offer a very secure way to store your CC for future filings, saving you time and anxiety. Tip: Save the NYSCEF payment receipt, you may need it again if you’ve filed...

Wednesday Wisdom

Wednesday Wisdom

When perfecting an appeal on NYSCEF, the Record or Appendix should be uploaded first, followed by any additional volumes which should be noted in the description field. The Appellants brief is next and then the Note of Issue (AD1 only). Exhibits, sealing orders, hard...

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