New York’s largest foreclosure law firm is fighting to overturn a state court requirement that it and other firms submit an affirmation vouching for the accuracy of documents they file for lenders.

Supreme Court Justice Timothy J. Walker in Erie County (See Profile) held a hearing on Nov. 7 on a motion of Steven J. Baum P.C. in a foreclosure case arguing that the year-old rule announced by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman and implemented by Chief Administrative Judge Ann Pfau (NYLJ, Oct. 21, 2010) violates the state Constitution.

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