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 Reply in Support of Motion for Admission Pro Hac Vice

 Supreme Court of the State of New York
 New York County

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 Timing

Reply Affidavits

16-7-1

Under the "16-7-1" briefing schedule, the moving party must serve the notice of motion and motion papers at more...

8-2

Under the "8-2" briefing schedule, the moving party must serve the notice of motion and motion papers at more...

Notice Period and Method of Service

If papers are served by mail, the serving party must add five (5) days to the notice period, more...

Civil Branch -- File Opposition and Reply Papers at General Clerk s Office on Return Date of Motion

Submit Opposition and Reply Papers on Return Date

Opposition and reply papers, if any, must be filed with the Court at the return date of the more...

Working Copies Required by Certain Justices

Courtesy copies are not required nor accepted, but working copies are required by certain Justices (e.g., all Commercial more...

 Rules & Requirements

Admission Pro Hac Vice

In New York original jurisdiction over all issues relating to the admission of an attorney to practice in more...

In addition, more specific requirements have been issued by several of the four geographically distinct Appellate Terms within more...

Admission of Out of State Counsel

An attorney who is a member in good standing of the bar of any state, territory, district or more...

Affiliation with New York Counsel Required

All out of state counsel admitted pursuant to Rule 520.11(a)(1) must be associated with a member in good standing of the New York state more...

Admission of Public Servants, Public Defenders, Law Students and Teachers

The Court of Appeals has jurisdiction to grant admission to out of state corporation counsel, attorneys general, and other public servants, and to law students and more...

Professional Responsibility Requirements

An attorney admitted pro hac vice shall be familiar with and shall comply with the standards of professional more...

New York County Local Procedure

Pro hac vice applications may be made to the IAS Justice on notice or ex parte. See Section more...

The applicant must submit an affirmation describing admission to the bar of some state, the length of time more...

The applicant must indicate who from the New York bar will be associated in the prosecution or defense more...

An affirmation of New York counsel must be submitted stating the purpose of the admission and compliance with more...

A proposed order must be submitted that sets forth the purpose of the admission. The application must include more...

New York County Supreme Court website, "Ex Parte Applications" available online at: . more...

Additional Local Procedure for First Appellate Department

The Appellate Division, First Department, has additional requirements for admission pro hac vice. Consult the First Department's website at . more...

Civil Branch -- Local Procedure

Ex Parte Applications

In New York County, applications are to be submitted to the Ex Parte Office (room 315) except in Commercial Division cases, in more...

Orders To Show Cause

Motions should be brought on by order to show cause only in a proper case .Unless otherwise directed, as in an order to show cause, original opposition papers on orders to show cause more...

Consult Individual Judges' Rules

Some New York County Supreme Court Justices have their own additional requirements for ex parte motions and orders more...

 Form & Format of Papers

Caption

All papers must begin with a caption setting forth the name of the court, the venue, the title more...

Party Names

It is appropriate to name only the first plaintiff and/or defendant and indicate the existence of other parties more...

Affidavits and Briefs -- Subject Matter

Affidavits shall be for a statement of the relevant facts, and briefs shall be for a statement of more...

Page Limits on Memoranda of Law

Civil Branch -- 30 Pages

Memoranda of law, when required, should not exceed 30 pages exclusive of index and table of cases. more...

Commercial Division -- 25 Pages, 15 Pages for Replies

Unless otherwise permitted by the Court: more...

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Reply May Not Raise New Arguments

New York case law provides that a reply may not be used in order to advance arguments that more...

Signature

Each paper served or filed shall be indorsed with the name, address and telephone number of the attorney more...

Every pleading, written motion, and other paper, served on another party or filed or submitted to the court more...

Signature Certifies that Document is Not Frivolous

A party or attorney's signature on any pleading or paper served on another party or filed or submitted more...

Additional Format Requirements

For more information, New York County Supreme Court SmartRules procedural guide: GENERALLY APPLICABLE RULES AND FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS. more...

 Additional Documents

Commercial Division -- Attach Pleadings and Authority

Counsel must attach copies of all pleadings and other documents as required by the CPLR and as necessary more...

Whenever a party relies upon a decision or other authority not readily available to the court, the party more...

Civil Branch -- Attach Pleadings and Authority

Counsel must attach to motion papers copies of all pleadings and other documents as required by the CPLR more...

 Filing & Service

Electronic Filing

Electronic Filing is required or permitted for some types of actions in some New York Supreme Courts. more...

Serve Affidavits and Briefs with Notice of Motion

All affidavits and briefs submitted in support of a motion must be served with the Notice of Motion. more...

Provide Court with All Papers

Each party must furnish to the court all papers served by that party with respect to the motion. more...

Filing Motions in New York County Supreme Court Civil Branch

Motions are processed by the General Clerk's Office (Room 119) and are to be made returnable in the more...

Cases Subject to Electronic Filing

For electronically-filed cases, see the Protocol on Courthouse Procedures in E-Filed Cases: (amended eff 8/1/14). more...

Civil Branch -- File Opposition and Reply Papers at General Clerk s Office on Return Date of Motion

Submit Opposition and Reply Papers on Return Date

Opposition and reply papers, if any, must be filed with the Court at the return date of the more...

Working Copies Required by Certain Justices

Courtesy copies are not required nor accepted, but working copies are required by certain Justices (e.g., all Commercial more...

Fee Schedule

The New York County Supreme Court fee schedule is available online at . more...

Commercial Division Requirements

Electronic Submission of Papers

In Commercial Division cases not pending in the Court's Filing by Electronic Means System, the Court may permit more...

Fax Submission

In the Commercial Division, papers and correspondence filed by fax should comply with the requirements of Section 202.5-a more...

Courtesy Copies

In the Commercial Division, courtesy copies should not be submitted unless requested or as otherwise provided.However, courtesy copies of all motion papers and proposed orders must be submitted in cases in the Court's more...

Submission By Fax

Commercial Division

In the Commercial Division, papers and correspondence filed by fax should comply with the requirements of Section 202.5-a more...

Civil Branch -- No Papers By Fax

Unless indicated otherwise by the Court in a particular case, or in the standing orders of the Justice more...

Courtesy Copies

Commercial Division

In the Commercial Division, courtesy copies should not be submitted unless requested or as otherwise provided.However, courtesy copies of all motion papers and proposed orders must be submitted in cases in the Court's more...

Civil Branch

In the Civil Branch, courtesy copies shall not be submitted unless requested by the Court, but such copies more...

 Hearing & Disposition

Oral Argument

A party seeking oral argument should include the request for oral argument in the Notice of Motion or more...

Commercial Division -- Oral Argument

Any party may request oral argument on the face of its papers or in an accompanying letter. more...

Civil Branch -- Oral Argument

Depending on the assigned Part (i.e. the assigned Justice assigned to the case), contested motions submitted to the more...

Commercial Division -- Appearance By Counsel With Knowledge and Authority

Counsel who appear in the Commercial Division must be fully familiar with the case and fully authorized to more...

Civil Branch -- Appearance By Counsel With Knowledge and Authority

Counsel who appear to argue motions must be familiar with the entire case in regard to which they more...

Commercial Division -- Calendar

Information on Cases in First Judicial Department (New York County) and Second Judicial Department (Kings County)

For the First and Second Judicial Departments, information on future court appearances can be found at the court more...

Decisions can be found on the Commercial Division home page of the Unified Court System's website: or in more...

Civil Branch -- Calendar

For Justices who schedule argument on a case-by-case basis, notice of the argument date will be transmitted by more...

Calendars of motions to be argued in the Parts are published on the morning of the argument date more...

Information on Cases

Information on scheduled court appearances and other case activity (including the issuance of decisions and orders) can also more...

Adjournment

Any party may request an adjournment of the return date in writing, with notice to the other parties more...

Commercial Division -- Adjournments

Dispositive Motions, i.e. Motions to Dismiss under CPRL 3211 or Motions for Summary Judgment under CPLR 3212 or more...

Adjournment of Motions

Dispositive motions (made pursuant to CPLR 3211, 3212 or 3213) may be adjourned only with the court's consent. more...

Civil Branch -- Adjournments

Unless otherwise provided, arguments may be adjourned for good cause.However, only one adjournment is allowed, for no more than 14 days unless for good cause when a more...

Certain Justices have additional requirements. Consult the individual Justice s rules before requesting an adjournment. more...

Sixty (60) Day Rule in Commercial and Non-Commercial Cases

Non-Commercial Cases

To assist in preparing the quarterly report of pending civil matters required by section 4.1 of the Rules more...

Commercial Cases

If Sixty (60) days have elapsed after a motion has been finally submitted or oral argument held, whichever more...

Proposed Orders Must Be Submitted Within Sixty (60) Days

Proposed orders, with proof of service on all parties where the order is directed to be settled or more...

For more information on submitting proposed orders, New York County Supreme Court SmartRules procedural guide: more...

Civil Branch -- Consult Individual Justices Rules

Some New York County Supreme Court Justices have standing requirements for the hearing and disposition of motions and/or requirements regarding proposed orders. more...

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