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'Powell v. City of New York': CPLR 4404(a), Preservation of Issues

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Elliott Scheinberg writes: The recent First Department decision in 'Powell v. City of New York' is a brow furrowing lesson to the unwary would-be appellant that within the fundamental appellate principles of preservation of issues and aggrievement, perceived as absolute and immutable, lurks a potential trap.

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