Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division Fourth Department: Multiple appellants or cross-appellants? How does this change the procedure? (Part I)
Of all the various rules that come into play at the Appellate Division Fourth Department, more questions are probably raised to me in the area of multiple appellants and cross-appellants than in any other provision of the rul Read More
On June 26, 2013, near the very end of its 2012 session, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down opinions in two cases regarding same-sex marriage. In the first, U.S. v. Windsor (12-307), the Court ruled that a section of t Read More
Appeals to the New York State Appellate Division: Settling the Transcript Does Not Have to Be an Unsettling Experience
Before including a transcript in a record on appeal (or appendix) and asking the Appellate Division to rely upon it, practitioners must first determine whether the transcript needs to be settled, and, if so, take the necessar Read More
Court finds appeal's “actual printing” cost reasonable. But, what is actually involved in the appellate production besides printing and binding?
Earlier this year, a California court issued an opinion finding the costs charged by Counsel Press for printing an appeal reasonable (Read More
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