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Thomas E. L. Dewey Thomas E. L. Dewey

The Appellate Division’s statewide Practice Rules contain an important requirement that generally applies to parties and counsel appearing before all Departments of the Appellate Division: “[t]he parties or their attorneys shall immediately notify the court when there is a settlement of a matter or any issue therein.” 22 NYCRR 1250.2(c). If parties and their counsel fail to comply with this immediate notification requirement, they may be subject to the “imposition of sanctions.” Id.

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