Glitches and Mistakes—Should We Correct or Disregard Them?

, New York Law Journal


In his New York Practice column, Thomas F. Gleason of Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'Shea reviews a decision in which the Second Department recently found "glitches associated with the initiation of the new e-filing system" responsible for a plaintiff's significant commencement by e-filing mistake and permitted correction of the error pursuant to CPLR 2001.

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