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WANT TO BE ON THE COURT OF APPEALS?

Welcome to the website of the State of New York Commission on Judicial Nomination. The Commission is currently soliciting candidates for the current vacancy of Associate Judge of the New York State ...
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DEFINING RESIDENCY IN LEAD PAINT CASES

City Council Reacts to Lead Paint Ruling by Court of Appeals Council Member Daniel Dromm. Image Credit: William Alatriste for the City Council. City Council Members introduced a bill to define ...
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NOMINATING ROWAN D. WILSON

Dear Colleague, The New York State Trial Lawyers Association congratulates Rowan D. Wilson on his nomination to fill the Court of Appeals vacancy created by the mandatory retirement of Associate Judge ...
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PUMP THE BRAKES!

Mary F. and her spouse sued Ford UK and Ford USA for damages attributable to her husband’s exposure to asbestos while he replaced brakes, clutches, and engine parts on Ford vehicles in Ireland ...
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LOST SIGN SIGN

Sign Use Lost Following Demolition Property owner relied on permit improperly issued by Buildings to claim that advertising sign was a legal grandfathered use. Perlbinder Holdings, LLC owned a ...
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A NOT SO TRIVIAL ANALYSIS

How Small is Too Small: the Trivial Doctrine in New York Law Image credit: Jeff Hopkins How small is too small when it comes to trip hazards on New York City sidewalks? New York courts, grappling with ...
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ONLY HEARS ONE APPEAL AT A TIME?

Court of Appeal of Tanzania @ Dar Es Salaam
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WHOOPSIE!

While both the New York County Civil Court and the Appellate Term, First Department, were of the view that Masako M. hadn't used her rent-stabilized apartment as her primary residence, the ...
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DIFIORE GETS THE NOD

Governor Cuomo Nominates Westchester District Attorney Janet DiFiore to Serve as Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals GOVERNMENT Governor Cuomo nominated Westchester District Attorney ...
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NO TAX EXEMPTION FOR GREATER JAMAICA

Nonprofit’s Parking Facilities Ruled Subject to Property Tax The Court of Appeals reinstated a revocation of Greater Jamaica Development’s Corporation property tax exemption. Image credit: ...
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FAHEY GETS COURT OF APPEALS NOD

Governor Cuomo to Nominate Justice Eugene M. Fahey to Serve on the New York State Court of Appeals Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that he will nominate Justice Eugene M. Fahey to serve on ...
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WHO'S EXCEPTIONALLY WELL QUALIFIED?

Dear Academy Members and Friends: Academy of Trial Lawyers President, Hon. John C. Cherundolo, has sent a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo with the Academy's ratings for the seven nominees under ...
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THE SEVEN NOMINEES ARE ....

INVITATION TO PROVIDE INPUT REGARDING NOMINEES FOR THE NEW YORK STATE COURT OF APPEALS ============================================= On December 1, 2014, State of New York Commission on Judicial ...
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SPEND A NIGHT WITH JONATHAN LIPPMAN

An Evening with Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman Wednesday, November 12, 2014; Program 6:00 PM- 7:00 PM, Reception 7:00 PM- 8:00 PM Please sign in to register. City Bar Member: $15 Non-Member: $30 Join us ...
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STEIN HEADS TO STATE'S HIGHEST COURT

Governor Cuomo to Nominate Justice Leslie E. Stein to Serve on the New York State Court of Appeals Late last week, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that he will nominate Justice Leslie E. Stein to ...
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CONGRATS JUSTICE STEIN!

Dear Colleagues, We applaud Governor Cuomo for his wise selection and congratulate Justice Leslie E. Stein on her nomination. Justice Stein is a welcome addition to the Court, and will serve the ...
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DISEASE EXPOSED

While "John Doe" was being treated for a "sexually transmitted disease," a nurse recognized the man as her sister-in-law's boyfriend and informed her relative of John's ...
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ACKNOWLEDGE THIS!

Claiming that her prenuptial agreement was improperly acknowledged, and thus unenforceable under New York law, Michelle Galetta asked the Monroe County Supreme Court to invalidate the document. While ...
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TRIP AND FAIL

Jean Lang was injured after she tripped over some computer wires that had been taped to her precinct's locker room floor for several months. When she later filed for accidental disability ...
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NO CROSSING

When the New York State Department of Transportation (NYDOT) closed a railroad crossing, Island Park, LLC filed suit to recover compensation for the alleged "taking" of its property. ...
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YO ... HO ... HO!

At 17-years of age, Reece R. was charged with felony drug possession and pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree. At the time of the plea, the prosecutor ...
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A DUTY DISREGARDED

Convicted of gang assault, Tyrone Prescott retained counsel to represent him on an appeal. But Tyrone apparently didn't know that his attorney also represented Calvin Martin, a codefendant, who ...
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LOUD & CLEAR?

While under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol, Kenneth Padilla's vehicle was searched, and when officers disassembled the speaker system, a leather bag containing a gun and ammo ...
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QUEENS LATINO LAWYERS HONOR JUDGE RIVERA

LATINO LAWYERS ASSOCIATION OF QUEENS COUNTY is pleased to invite you to its Seventeenth Annual Awards Dinner Dance H onoring Hon. Jenny Rivera Friday, October 18, 2013 Terrace On The Park 52-11 111th ...
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SILENCE OF THE LAM?

Although he claimed that he had a constitutionally protected -- First Amendment -- right to sell his t-shirts in a public park (because his items had artistic images on them), Ray Lam was still ...
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