Appellate Practice

Appellate Jurisdiction in the New York Court of Appeals

, New York Law Journal

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Thomas R. Newman and Steven J. Ahmuty Jr. write: In 'Hain v. Jamison', the Court of Appeals addressed two recurring jurisdictional issues in the context of summary judgment: the "finality" requirement and the availability of affirmative relief to an nonappealing party.

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