• Appellate Term, Second Judicial Department
  • 2015-420 K C
  • Apr 06 2017 (Date Decided)
  • : Solomon, J.P., Aliotta, Elliot, JJ.
2015-420 K C. MEDICAL EXPERTISE, P.C., A/A/O FACUNDO v. TRAVELERS PROP. CAS. INS. CO. — On the court's own motion to determine whether sanctions are warranted, on an appeal from an order of the Civil Court of the City of New York, Kings County, entered July 30, 2014, and both counsel having attended a Civil Appeals Management Program (CAMP) conference on April 28, 2015, and appellant having perfected the appeal on June 8, 2015, and on or about May 25, 2016, the parties having been sent notification that the appeal would appear on the June 8, 2016 ready-day calendar; and on June 7, 2016, counsel for appellant having notified the court in person, that the matter had been settled on July 23, 2015, more than ten months earlier. By order to show cause returnable July 15, 2016, counsel for the parties were directed to show cause why an order should or should not be made and entered imposing such sanctions as the court may deem appropriate pursuant to the Rules of the Appellate Terms, Second Department (22 NYCRR) §730.3 (f) upon the parties or their respective counsel.

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