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Ever Missed a Deadline? Make Sure Your Calendar Has a Backup by Liza Bobo

{1:30 minutes to read} In order for any law practice to be a success, the foundation must be strong. An attorney’s foundation includes the obvious, like knowledge of courtroom rules, appellate division, etc. Yet, no practice can function well without the use of a calendar.

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Odd Evidence: Plan for Time, Cost & Effort in Appellate Court by Liza Bobo

{2:00 minutes to read} Attorneys should expect to have cases that require crucial, out-of-the-ordinary pieces of evidence (i.e., color photos or oversized maps). Once the evidence is filed in the court of original incidence, the appellate court expects to see a precise duplicate of the original piece of evidence. 

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Avoiding Oral Argument Scheduling Conflicts in the Appellate Division, First Department by Liza Bobo

{2:00 minutes to read} As I’ve discussed in a separate blog entry, the Appellate Division, First Department uses a calendar system to manage its docket. Under the nine month rule (600.11(a)(3), an appellant in the First Department has nine months from the date typed on the Notice of Appeal to perfect the case by filing the Record On Appeal/Appendix; Opening Brief; and Note of Issue. 

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Requesting Oral Argument from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals by Liza Bobo

{1:50 minutes to read} You are not required to make an oral argument before the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. However, if you would like to argue your case, then, within 14 days after the filing of the last appellee’s brief, each party must file an Oral Argument Statement Form. Failure to timely file the Oral Argument Statement Form signifies that the party does not seek oral argument, per Local Rule 34.1(a). 

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