Not Business As Usual For NY Court Of Appeals

Law360, New York (January 13, 2014, 1:51 PM EST) -- The New York Court of Appeals’ decisions last year, on the whole, were no different than past years given that the court once again addressed a variety of issues within the civil context.[1] But it was not all business as usual this past year at the court.

The court had a unique year for several reasons. First, the court revisited issues to clarify prior, recent holdings. Second, in at least one decision, the court discussed in more detail than usual issues that are unique to the court’s jurisdiction. Third and finally, proving that lightning can strike twice in the same place,...

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