Appellate Review of Commercial Cases

, New York Law Journal

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David B. Saxe, an associate justice of the Appellate Division, First Department, writes: I suggested that at the First Department we should ask ourselves whether adopting changes to our treatment of complex commercial cases could legitimately improve the overall value and effectiveness of our court system in the eyes of the business community. The question is not whether we are currently handling our complex commercial cases adequately. It is whether we could implement a system under which they would be handled optimally.

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