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What’s the Deal with My Appeal? Critical E-Filing Rules in the Appellate Division

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Date Published

April 21, 2021


Monroe County Bar Association




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In just an hour, Counsel Press appellate filing expert Robert Brucato and appellate practitioner Jeremy Sher will cover the essential rules for filing in the Appellate Division. Learn how to calculate deadlines, ensure the Court accepts your papers, and make the state e-filing system a convenience instead of an obstacle. This program is a must for attorneys and staff who pursue or defend appeals.

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Jeremy Sher, Esq.

JEREMY SHER, ESQ., a founding partner of Adams Leclair LLP. He focuses on commercial and municipal litigation, with a... Read More

Amy Hartman Nichols, Esq.

AMY HARTMAN NICHOLS, ESQ., started her litigation career at Harter Secrest & Emery. In 1996, fulfilling a call to public... Read More

Robert Brucato, Esq.

ROBERT BRUCATO, ESQ., opened Counsel Press’s Buffalo Office in 1992 and has managed it continuously since then. During his... Read More

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