Fast-Tracking Commercial Appeals at First Department

, New York Law Journal

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Since 1995, when then-Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye inaugurated the Commercial Division our court system's handling of complex commercial cases has become increasingly successful. The ongoing efforts made by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman to further improve the court have made it an attractive option for businesses and litigators, capable of competing with the Delaware Chancery Court and the Southern District Federal Court.

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    Why should commercial litigation take precedence over other types of cases at the trial an appellate levels. Are large corporations entitled to faster/better justice?

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