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Motion Practice: Avoiding Small Errors that Cause Big Problems

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Date Published

July 30, 2020


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers




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This program will focus on common motion and motion-related errors that lawyers make in civil cases. The presenters will offer tips on how to avoid them, and how to overcome them. Topics will include the differences between motions to reargue and renew, being aware of the details in threshold motions and how to use CPLR 2001 and CPLR 2005 to your advantage.

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Gregg Roth, Esq.
Law Secretary to SCJ McCormack

Mili Makhijani, Esq.
Law Secretary to SCJ Marber

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Motion Practice - Video
Motion Practice - Handout
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How to Attend

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Technical Requirements
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