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Commercial Division's 'Rocket Docket'

, New York Law Journal


Richard S. Fries describes the new rule providing for the accelerated adjudication of disputes in the Commercial Division, the manner in which it can be used, the restrictions on discovery, the agreed-upon mutual waiver of important traditional rights and protections, certain potential strategies that may come into play, and the implications on the commercial case.

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Originally appeared in print as Commercial Division's 'Rocket Docket' Provides for Accelerated Adjudication

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