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Judges' Rules for Courtesy Hard Copies for E-filed Cases


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**A Confirmation Notice of the e-filed documents submitted as a courtesy hard copy to the Court must be annexed. Failure to do so will result in your paperwork being returned to you.**

Rev. April 1, 2014

Hon. Sylvia Ash

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted directly to chambers a week prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Bert A. Bunyan

Courtesy hard copies of e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom at least a week prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Gloria Dabiri

Hon. Dabiri's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. Noach Dear

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom two (2) days prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Carolyn Demarest

1. Courtesy copies of all motion papers and proposed orders shall be submitted in all E-filed cases.
2. All hard copies for E-filed matters should be submitted through the Motion Support Office and time stamped.
3. All courtesy copies shall have the NYSCEF Confirmation Notice attached.
4. All motion papers and subsequent papers responding to the motion must be received at least two (2) business days before the motion is to be heard.
5. Courtesy copies shall have exhibits tabbed.

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Hon. Laura Lee Jacobson

Hon. Jacobson's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. Lawrence Knipel

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom two (2) days prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Donald Kurtz

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted through the Motion Support Office.

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Hon. Carl Landicino

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom two (2) weeks prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Larry Martin

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Motion Support Office one (1) week prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Mark Partnow

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom at least a week prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Ann Pfau

1. Courtesy copies of all motion papers and proposed orders shall be submitted in all E-filed cases.
2. All hard copies for E-filed matters should be submitted through the Motion Support Office and time stamped.
3. All courtesy copies shall have the NYSCEF Confirmation Notice attached.
4. All motion papers and subsequent papers responding to the motion must be received at least two (2) business days before the motion is to be heard.
5. Courtesy copies shall have exhibits tabbed.

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Hon. Karen Rothenberg

Hon. Rothenberg's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. Wayne Saitta

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are not required. Part will contact parties for courtesy hard copies at its discretion.

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Hon. David Schmidt

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom on the date of the argument.

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Hon. Debra Silber

Hon. Silber's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. Martin Solomon

Hon. Solomon's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. Ellen Spodek

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom five (5) business days prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Peter Sweeney

Courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters should be submitted to the Judge's courtroom two (2) days prior to the hearing date.

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Hon. Wavny Toussaint

Hon. Toussaint's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. David Vaughan

Hon. Vaughan's rules regarding courtesy hard copies for e-filed matters are posted in the Judge's part rules. More information

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Hon. Edgar Walker

Amended April 1, 2014

1. Courtesy copies of all motion papers and proposed orders shall be submitted to the courtroom at least three (3) business days prior to the hearing date.
2. All hard copies for E-filed matters should be submitted through the Motion Support Office and time stamped.
3. All courtesy copies shall have the NYSCEF Confirmation Notice attached.
4. All motion papers and subsequent papers responding to the motion must be received at least three (3) business days before the motion is to be heard.
5. Courtesy copies shall have exhibits tabbed.

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