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Co-appellants should file together for the same term. However, if one of the co-appellants is not ready for the term intended, a stipulation may be signed by all parties involved and filed with the court consenting to the next term, as long as all co-appellants file...
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In order to file documents under seal, you either have to have a case that is sealed per an order of the lower court or a matter that is deemed confidential by law. When filing to NYSCEF, you need to check a box asking if this is a sealed matter. Once you click that,...
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Appellate Division, First or Second Department requires that the lower court file be subpoenaed to the Appellate Division. Once the subpoena is so-ordered by the Appellate Division and filed with the count court, it is the lower court clerk's responsibility to...
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It is with a heavy heart we announce that our longtime friend and colleague Jim Coonan suddenly passed away on Sunday, April 4, 2021. Jim, a 35+ year veteran of the appellate printing industry arrived at PHP in April, 2002. He brought with him a savant's knowledge of...
A self-represented Litigant may voluntarily participate in e-filing by electronically recording his or her consent at the NYSCEF site, registering as an authorized e-filer with NYSCEF.
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