Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division Third Department and Appellate Division Fourth Department: Key Differences in Record and Brief Preparation (Part I)
There are thousands of courts across the United States and each one of them has their own set of rules and internal operating procedures. Although the appellate process is generally the same, it is important to be aware of th Read More
US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Scheduling Orders: “Automatic Dismissal” Language Actually Means What It Says
May 13, 2013 – The Second Circuit denies a motion to reinstate an appeal after a dismissal for failure to file a brief in compliance with a scheduling order.
The Second Circuit cites a history of case backlog, alon Read More
California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District: New Mandatory Procedures for E-Filing and E-Submission
There have recently been many changes in the appellate rules regarding electronic filings and electronic submissions, and many courts have made these mandatory. The California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District is amon Read More
Counsel Press is now enhancing federal appellate CM/ECF e-filings with powerful hyperlinks directly to the underlying record or appendix contained within the PACER system. CP’s eBrief team has been working with hyperlink tec Read More
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