Westchester Supreme Court Update

The NYS Office of Court Administration (OCA) is currently undergoing a change in the way they provide information to the Bar and eLaw. The format and structure of such data has been changed in a way that has caused a delay in the eLaw and court systems which process the data in Westchester Supreme.  Please be advised that eLaw, the company that has been awarded the best docketing and calendar software in New York for the last six years by the readers of the New York Law Journal, has made the changes and is ready to go with all Westchester Supreme data.

For those attorneys that rely on other sources to get up-to-date Westchester appearance and decision information that is a month behind, please contact eLaw and we can track those matters for free for the life of the case(s) and possibly sync the court information to your case management system, Outlook® or Google Calendar™ or iPhones® or Android™ calendars.

Please call 973 642-1440 x 8 for additional details.

 

Suffolk County Supreme Court Update

Please note the clerks at the courthouses cannot accept papers filed for the purposed of commencing an action or special proceeding. Papers improperly filed with the clerks at the courthouses will be returned to the litigant.  Additionally, the RJI must be filed with the county clerk’s office the courthouse clerks will not accept copies of the RJI without the County Clerk’s certification that the filing fee has been paid.  The County Clerk requests that the RJI and fee not be accompanied by papers for submission to the court.  Please include a self-addressed envelope in your order to expedite the return of the RJI receipt.

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2017 Rockland County Purge

“June 16, 2017 Rockland County Purge” Just like the court recently did in Kings, Rockland is following suit. Here is the notice, if eLaw can help in any way including sending a per diem to cover the calendar, let me know The administrative judge’s office has directed that “these cases need to be brought in before a Judge to see why there has been a delay in completing the case. If the case has been marked stayed, please have the attorney verify that the stay is still in effect and that the case has not been disposed in Bankruptcy Court.” All parties are to appear on June 16th, 2017 , at 10:00 a.m. in Courtroom #1 on the fourth floor. Plaintiff, you must notify ALL PARTIES and bring such notification with you to be filed with the Clerk of the Part. Failure to appear will cause the action to be deemed abandoned and dismissed.

Vote for eLaw in the 2017 New York Law Journals “Best of” survey!

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eLaw has been ranked the Best Docketing and Calendaring Software for the past six years by NYLJ readers. Help us to be named “best” for the seventh year in a row!

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Bronx County Supreme Court E-Filing in City Parts

Please take notice that commencing on March 1, 2017, actions or proceedings that are commenced as e-file cases by a plaintiff/petitioner and then assigned to one of the City Parts in the Bronx Supreme Court (Part 3, Judge Mitchell J. Danziger presiding, and Parts 33 and 17 (NYCHA cases), Judge Larry S. Schachner presiding) will no longer be removed from e-filing. All motions, orders and any other documents to be filed must be filed by NYSCEF. Working Copies of all e-filed motions and e-filed opposition, reply, stipulations, and any other responding documents must be filed in Room 217 at the Courthouse, 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 on or before the return date.
In addition, hard copies of all e-filed ex parte orders and notices of settlement must be filed in Room 217; hard copies of e-filed orders to show cause must be filed in Room 216. For further information for Bronx Supreme Court, please check the Filing Rules for the E-Filed Motions at http://www.nycourts.gov/courts.