Day: March 26, 2020

Appellate Division Still Accepting all E-Filings, Will Only Take Action on Emergency Motions

With regards to the Appellate Division, 4th Dept, if parties want to e-file something other than a motion (we’re accepting only emergency applications and motions, and only by e-mail), they can, although no action will be taken on such submissions at this point.  We are working with a greatly reduced staff, and are not working on …

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Center for Elder Law & Justice Providing Remote Legal Assistance During COVID-19

The Center for Elder Law & Justice is a resource for anyone who is struggling with legal questions related to COVID-19. Individuals who are caring for a sick family member, or dealing with a personal illness may have concerns about employment, paid leave, disability, or health insurance. Our Free Legal Advice Helpline iscurrently open for …

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Assigned Counsel Vouchers Approved and Authorized for Payment

Pursuit to the authority vested in me, and in accordance with the recent operational protocols issued by the Chief Administrative Judge for the trial courts of the United Court System, it is hereby ORDERED that until the Administrative Order issued on March 16, 2020 and any subsequent amendment thereto is rescinded, all vouchers submitted pursuant …

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