APPELLATE DIVISION ON APPEAL: THE JUSTICES' RATES OF AGREEMENT, REJECTION, AND VINDICATION BY THE COURT OF APPEALS
- FOREIGN JUDGMENTS. // International Law Update;Apr2008, Vol. 14, p55
The article discusses a court case in which the New York Court of Appeals decides whether its version of Uniform Foreign Money Judgments Recognition Act granted its court discretion to enforce the latest judgment or earlier judgment. The court ruled out the plaintiff's primary contention that...
- N.Y. Court Of Appeals Rules Store Manager Entitled To W.C. Benefits For Work-Related Mental Injury. Barnes, Jennette // Insurance Advocate;03/11/2000, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p11
Reports that the New York Court of Appeals has ruled that an employee is entitled to benefits for work-related psychiatric disabilities. Basis for the court ruling; Limitation of the New York Workers Compensation Law; Details on the case of Great A&P Co. grocery store manager Nick DePaoli.
- Jenack to appeal ruling on sellers' identities. L. G. // Art Newspaper;Feb2013, Vol. 22 Issue 243, p4
The article states that the ruling that auction houses must provide the identity of the seller of an item to the buyer is to be reviewed by New York State's Court of Appeals.
- Judge rules in favor of Columbia University expansion. Johnson, Stephon // New York Amsterdam News;7/1/2010, Vol. 100 Issue 27, p36
The article reports on the decision of the New York Court of Appeals which favors the expansion project of Columbia University in the area known as Manhattanvile.
- How the Stuyvesant Town Decision May Effect Your J-51 Buildings. // New York Apartment Law Insider;Dec2009, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p1
The article reports on the impact of the decision of Court of Appeals on improper charging of market rents on thousands of apartment by the owners of the Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village complexes in Manhattan, New York City on J-51 housing program. According to the court, the owners do...
- IS THE NEW YORK STATE COURT OF APPEALS STILL "FRIENDLESS?" AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF AMICUS CURIAE PARTICIPATION. Laroche, Matthew // Albany Law Review;2009, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p701
The article discusses the findings of an empirical study which examined amicus curiae participation in the New York State Court of Appeals from 1988 to 2007. The origin of the amicus curiae brief and evolution in state courts is discussed. A review of the filing requirements for amicus curiae in...
- Small amount of marijuana in prison not felony offense. // Buffalo Law Journal;6/16/2008, Vol. 80 Issue 48, p4
The article reports on the claims of the New York Court of Appeals that small amounts of marijuana in prison do not represent "dangerous contraband" under the law. The court has ordered lower courts to reduce two convictions to misdemeanors with shorter sentences. Furthermore, the court majority...
- Appeals Court Majority Should Be Embarrassed. . // Empty Closet;Aug2006, Issue 393, p9A
The author comments on the opinion presented by the Appeals Court of New York over its decision to ban same-sex marriage. He stresses that the opinion is not only poorly written, illogical and insulting to any legal mind but also homophobic. He asserts that legislators do not view GLBT people as...
- New York's high court splits on projects pacts. Krizan, William G. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;4/08/96, Vol. 236 Issue 14, p15
Presents information on a ruling by New York's State's highest court concerning the state's competitive bidding laws. How the pacts must be assessed; What was issued by the court; What the court distanced itself from; Comments from the New York Court of Appeals; Other information on the New...