IN RE WILLIAM H. DEPPERMAN, [M-5108]pet, v. HON. BARBARA R. KAPNICK, ETC., res
8788. IN RE WILLIAM H. DEPPERMAN, [M-5108]pet, v. HON. BARBARA R. KAPNICK, ETC., res — WILLIAM H. DEPPERMAN, PETITIONER PRO SE. Eric T. Schneiderman, Attorney General, New York (Charles F. Sanders of counsel), for res — THE ABOVE-NAMED PETITIONER HAVING PRESENTED AN APPLICATION TO THIS COURT PRAYING FOR AN ORDER, PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 78 OF THE CIVIL PRACTICE LAW AND RULES, NOW, UPON READING AND FILING THE PAPERS IN SAID PROCEEDING, AND DUE DELIBERATION HAVING BEEN HAD THEREON, IT IS UNANIMOUSLY ORDERED THAT THE APPLICATION BE AND THE SAME HEREBY IS DENIED AND THE PETITION DISMISSED, WITHOUT COSTS OR DISBURSEMENTS. MAZZARELLI, J.P., SAXE, DEGRASSE, RICHTER, ABDUS-SALAAM, JJ. 7961JACOBSON FAMILY INVESTMENTS, INC. Plaintiffs-Appellants-res, v. NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH, PA—Defendants-Respondents-Appellants.
|December 13, 2012
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