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New Court Rules: A View From The Bench

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Date Published

March 5, 2021

Publisher

Monroe County Bar Association

Subjects

Litigation, Professional Practice

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Summary

Wondering how the new uniform rules will impact YOUR practice in the 7th Judicial District? Join us for an enlightening panel discussion with Hon. Debra A. Martin, Hon. Scott Odorisi, Hon. Ann Marie Taddeo, and Hon. William K. Taylor to learn about the scope of the recently-amended rules and their impact on local practice. There will be an opportunity for questions following the initial presentation.

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Presenters

Honorable William K. Taylor

HON. WILLIAM K. TAYLOR is a New York State Supreme Court Justice in the Seventh Judicial District, which covers Cayuga,... Read More

Honorable Ann Marie Taddeo

Hon. Ann Marie Taddeo was elected to the New York State Supreme Court bench in 2004 and re-elected in 2018. During her term... Read More

Hon. J. Scott Odorisi
Supreme Court Justice - 7th Judicial District, Commercial Division

THE HONORABLE J. SCOTT ODORISI was elected as a Supreme Court Justice for the Seventh Judicial District in November of 2012,... Read More

Honorable Debra A. Martin

HON. DEBRA A. MARTIN was appointed to the New York Court of Claims bench in 2015 by Governor Andrew Cuomo and appointed to be... Read More

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