James M. McGuire and Steven A. Engel, partners at Dechert, write: The highly fact-sensitive nature of CPLR 5519(c) applications and the Appellate Division's broad discretion make it impracticable to attempt to shed much light on what arguments are likely to be of particular importance in persuading either the duty judge or a full panel of the court to grant or deny relief under CPLR 5519(c). Nonetheless, a couple of points can be made.
'Stay' for Awhile: CPLR 5519(c) Stay Applications in the First Department
New York Law Journal
August 27, 2012
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