Albany Law School professor Patrick M. Connors discusses four of the more significant civil practice holdings of the Court of Appeals for the 2011-2012 term, which involve the five-day extension after service by mail; preliminary conference orders, delayed prosecution, and CPLR 3216 dismissals; the four month statute of limitations in CPLR 217(1); and CPLR 302's long-arm statute.
Tackling the Interplay of the Web and the Long-Arm Statute, Among Other Issues
New York Law Journal
August 27, 2012
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