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  • MAYOR’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

Committee to Hold Public Hearing on Family Court Judges New Note

 

  • ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER

AO/270/20 dated December 29, 2020 incorporating certain rules of the Commercial Division into uniform rules for the Supreme Court and the County Court, effective Feb. 1, 2021 

 

  • UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM

Uniform Case Scheduling Order Adopted in City Civil Cases Litigated in Supreme Court Across NYC. New York City courts have adopted a uniform case scheduling order in all civil cases where the City of New York is named as a defendant. 

Chief Judge DiFiore’s updated message regarding latest developments in the New York State Courts Amid the Pandemic (Updated Feb. 22)

 

  • STATE COURTS

New York Housing Court: Applications Being Accepted for Housing Court Judge Positions. Deadline is April 22.

Bronx County Supreme Court: Virtual part rules for Bronx Supreme Court Justice Mitchell J. Danziger

Queens County Supreme Court, Civil Term: Trial Scheduling Part Inquest

Queens County Supreme Court, Civil Court: Notice Regarding Compliance Conference Calendars — Effective Jan. 11

Queens Civil Court: Calendar call for Parts 15C, 30C and 32C, starting on Feb. 8.

Kings County, Civil Court: Memorandum to No-Fault Practitioners

Memorandum to No-Fault Practitioners: Virtual No-Fault Calendar Calls (Part 15) UPDATED

  • APPELLATE COURTS

NYS Court of Appeals:

The Court has amended its Rules of Practice regarding criminal leave application filings.

The Court has amended its 2021 calendar of sessions, changing argument dates and conference days for it’s May and June sessions. Revised Calendar is here.

Appellate Division, First and Second Departments:

Order Amending Part 600 Relating to Fees of the Clerk of the Court New Note

 

  • FEDERAL COURTS

U.S. District Court, Southern District:

Court is accepting applications for the position of one full-time Magistrate Judge. Application Deadline is March 1.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District:

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District is responding to the recent disclosure of wide-spread cybersecurity breaches of government computer systems with new security procedures to protect highly sensitive confidential documents and recently issued Administrative Order No. 716, PROCEDURES FOR THE FILING, SERVICE, AND MANAGEMENT OF HIGHLY SENSITIVE DOCUMENTS

 

 

 

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