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Law Evolves in Favor of Disclosure From Nonparties

, New York Law Journal

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Richard H. Bliss writes that although the requirements for obtaining disclosure from nonparties in New York civil practice have been relaxed over the past 30 years, questions regarding the availability of such disclosure have troubled the courts and practitioners alike. This term, the Court of Appeals resolved a disagreement in the Appellate Division as to the substantive requirements for obtaining such disclosure.

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