Queens Supreme Scheduling Virtual Appearances in Non-Essential matters

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Queens Supreme Scheduling Virtual Appearances in Non-Essential matters

The New York Supreme Courts are slowing recovering from the Covid epidemic. Queens Supreme is opening up today virtually for non-essential matters with the hope the other counties will soon follow. eLaw will continue to alert on all administrative adjournments and the new scheduled virtual appearances. I have listed below an example of one just scheduled and another eLaw alert recently sent out. Now, more than ever, is a great time to track all of your cases on eLaw to learn about your virtual appearances and how we can cover them for you with ZR Per Diem.

VirtualAppearance

Court System: State of New York, Supreme Court
County: QUEENS
Index: 2300/2017
Name: PAUL, NELLIE v. BULK CARRIERS (P.E.I) ETAL
Status: ACTIVE

Appearance Held

On April 15, 2020, an appearance is scheduled before Judge TRIAL SCHEDULING JUDGE in TRIAL SCHEDULING PART. The clerk marked the appearance ADMINISTRATIVELY RESCHEDULED with the following additional comments: FIN(T).

Appearance Scheduled

On April 20, 2020, an appearance is scheduled before Judge TRIAL SCHEDULING JUDGE in PT 1 GEN CAL. The following additional comments exist: VIRTUAL CONFERENCE FIN(T).

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We will continue to monitor all information as it is received as pass along any changes. Please refer to our blog, Facebook page or twitter account for the most current information. Stay safe!

Dominick Esposito
eLaw President
212-503-6000
dominick@eLaw.com

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