This 1-hour program is included in the 4.3-hour compilation course entitled New York Practice (CPLR) Hot Topics (NLF course #546). You will earn CLE credit by completing EITHER the individual program listed belowOR that compilation. You may not earn CLE credit for BOTH this program and the 4.3-hour compilation.
In this 1-hour June 20, 2019 program, Patrick M. Connors, Esquire gives a practical explanation of e-filing in New York State Courts, including problems and significant recent caselaw. Importantly, he also provides numerous useful tips and warnings.
Mr. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor In New York Civil Practice at Albany Law School. In January 2013, Professor Connors became the author for Siegel, New York Practice. The publication's sixth edition, David D. Siegel and Patrick M. Connors, New York Practice (6th ed. Thomson) is available in hard copy, ebook and on Westlaw. The treatise has been cited in thousands of reported cases and has been called "The Bible" for litigation in New York State courts.
Major topics include:
- CPLR 2101: Form of papers
- CPLR 2102: Filing of papers and CPLR 2103: Service of papers
Simon v. Usher, Woodward v. Millbrook Ventures LLC, Marzario v. Snitow Kanfer Holtzer & Millus LLP, JBBNY, LLC v. Dedvukaj
- CPLR 2110: Definitions and CPLR 2111: Fling of papers in the trial courts by facsimile transmission and by electronic means
Rickerson v. Porsch, Wimbledon Fin. Master Fund, Ltd. v. Laslop
- CPLR 2112: Filing of papers in the appellate division by electronic means
- CPLR 2214: Motion papers; service; time
Keech v. 30 East 85th Street Co., LLC, Eastern Funding LLC v. San Jose 63 Corp.
- 22 N.Y.C.R.R. Section 202.5: Papers filed in court
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