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New York, New Rules, New Practice: Applying the Commercial Rules to NY's Trial Parts

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Date Published

March 23, 2021


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers


Professional Practice


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Join our experienced practitioners from the bench and bar across New York State for this course on the New Rules for Supreme and County Courts. Our expert panel will discuss the problems, solutions and evolving best practices for trial attorneys after the first seven weeks of the new rules implementation.

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Hon. Kimberly O'Connor

Hon. Leonard Steinman

Jean Marie Westlake, Esq.

Stephen P. Younger, Esq.

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