A new report is calling for substantial reform in court procedures that could make life easier and less costly for solo practitioners and small-firm lawyers — whose combined ranks account for a clear majority of New York’s 140,000 attorneys.

The 95-page report by the Commission to Examine Solo and Small Firm Practice, which was established in May 2004 by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, makes specific recommendations in four broad areas:

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