Normally the term of the New York Court of Appeals is from September through June. In this 1.6-hour, November 15, 2021 useful review, Patrick M. Connors, Esquire, explains important Court of Appeals civil procedure decisions during its 2020-2021 term. Further, he discusses both some decisions before that term and also its very significant decision in Aybar v. Aybar, which was issued on October 7, 2021.
Patrick M. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor in New York Civil Practice at Albany Law School where he teaches, inter alia, New York Practice and Procedure. Among his many accomplishments, Professor Connors is the co-author of New York Practice 6th Edition, which is known as “The Bible” on New York civil procedure.
If you practice before civil courts in New York, you will not want to miss this valuable presentation by the recognized leading expert on New York Practice and Procedure.
Major topics include:
General Municipal Law Section 50-h. Examination of claims
CPLR 213. Actions to be commenced within six years: where not otherwise provided for; on contract; on sealed instrument; on bond or note, and mortgage upon real property; by state based on misappropriation of public property; based on mistake; by corporation against director, officer or stockholder; based on fraud
CPLR 301. Jurisdiction over persons, property or status
CPLR 304. Method of commencing action or special proceeding
CPLR 3018. Responsive Pleadings
CPLR 3025. Amended and supplemental pleadings
CPLR 3120. Discovery and production of documents and things for inspection, testing, copying or photographing
CPLR 5513. Time to take appeal, cross-appeal or move for permission to appeal
Small Claims Issues
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