Eng Named to Lead 2nd Dept.; Six Elevated to Appellate Bench

, New York Law Journal


Governor Andrew Cuomo has appointed Randall Eng, a native of China, former prosecutor and longtime judge with a wealth of trial, appellate and administrative experience, to lead the Appellate Division, Second Department.

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  • Sidney Gendin

    Eng gives every appearance of being an experienced, solid, erudite person, just right for the job. What this little bio does not do is tell us how he dealt with important cases. A man and his clothes may be separate things.

  • Ravi Batra

    Governor Andrew Cuomo, like his distinguished father before him, has a delightful ability to enhance the bench with supreme selections even when faced with an embarrassment of riches a la judicial talent, that is the envy of our nation. These appointments will serve to enhance the respect that the noble bench has already earned with its merit-based dispute resolution, without fear or favor.

    Dated: 10/2/12


    Ravi Batra

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