Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday filled three of the five vacancies on the depleted Appellate Division, Third Department, but left the court short two judges and without any minority representation. He also named one judge each to the Second and Fourth Departments.
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- Court's Role in Addressing Impairments Is Clarified
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In re Mary Encarnacion Grant, Petitioner-Respondent v. The New York City Housing Authority, Respondent-Appellant, 11690; 106199/11
Panel Restores Eviction of NYC Family From Public Housing
Richard Caraballo, et al., Plaintiffs v. The Art Students League of New York, et al., Defendants, 650522/14
Ruling Clears Way for Tower Over City Landmark Building
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