Hundreds of lawsuits were filed in state court in New York City on Monday and Tuesday as e-filing became available for all kinds of cases for the first time since March.

Attorneys reported that the return of e-filing went smoothly overall, though index numbers were assigned slowly compared to a typical day before March 22, when Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks froze nonessential filings as the state braced for the coronavirus.

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