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Elliott Scheinberg Elliott Scheinberg

Part II  of this column continues the appellate rebuke of judges who deliberately frustrate the statutory right of aggrieved parties to take an appeal by refusing to sign their names to orders they have issued. In Charalabidis v. Elnagar, 188 A.D.3d 44 (2d Dept. 2020), a scholarly exegesis written by Justice Mark Dillon, the Second Department not only applied the case law discussed in Part I of this column, but also added depth to the analysis by way of an extensive review of CPLR 2219.

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