In their Medical Malpractice column, Thomas A. Moore, senior partner at Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore, and Matthew Gaier, a partner at the firm, write that in recent years, a question has been raised as to whether expert affidavits submitted on summary judgment motions should be rejected if an expert disclosure under CPLR 3101(d) was not served prior to the filing of the note of issue.
Summary Judgment and Timing of Expert Disclosure
New York Law Journal
December 4, 2012
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