2020 Resolutions

“I Will:

◾ Run my practice with less stress
◾ Be better organized
Never miss a court appearance
◾ Sync all my case alerts to my Case Management System, Outlook, Google or Smart Phone calendars
◾ File my Notes of Issue on Time;
◾ Know all my Judge Part rules before appearing before the Judge
Timely File my Notes of Issue
Know when my Subpoenaed Records arrive at the courthouse; and
◾ Plan my professional life by knowing well in advance when all my court appearances are scheduled, having them automatically populated in my calendar

In other words … I will use eLaw®

eLaw eliminates the pitfalls and anxiety in your practice. Click here to request a free, no-pressure (really!) presentation at your office or call us at 212-503-6000.

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

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eLaw Price Increase

Some members that have an eDocket or eWatch account will notice a slight price increase in their accounts starting in January.  The reason for the increase is the new value added products being offered for free to them, a listing of all eFiled documents with links to the documents, increased calendar options and better syncing. Most of the accounts are still far below retail.

The Top Ten Reasons to Use eLaw

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1. Never miss another court appearance
2. Syncing calendar with CMS and Outlook, Google and Smartphones
3. Preliminary conference alerts for cases you forget to track
4. Subpoenaed record arrival alerts
5. Note of issue filing date reminders
6. Run custom reports
7. Individual judge part rules
8. Per Diem Attorneys
9. All charges are reimbursable
10. Assignment calendar

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Don’t forget to sign up and join us for our Free Legal Networking Event on October 17th, 2019, 6-8 pm to come and learn more about eLaw and our partners, and to enjoy some food and drinks!

email Dominick Esposito at dominick@elaw.com to register!

 

eLaw Free Lunch and Learn! Limited Seating!

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We are scheduling Lunch and Learns for April 30th from 4 to 5:30 in our beautiful New York City location of our sister company SSAM, located on 655 3rd Ave, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10017.

eLaw-Lunch-and-Learn

Come learn all that is new at eLaw!

▪ Docketing and Calendaring Tricks
▪ Judges’ Individual Part Rules
▪ Per Diem Services
▪ How to Run Firm Reports
▪ New Assignment Calendar
▪ Case Mediation

Join eLaw President, Dominick Esposito for an overview of all services, and learn how you can improve your practice. RSVP to Dominick@elaw.com with your session selection. Seating is limited!

Tuesday, April 23rd, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm. – FULL!
Tuesday, April 30th, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm. Cocktails and refreshments will be provided.
Location: 655 3rd Ave, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10017.

e-Law® and eLaw are either registered trademarks or trademarks of e-Law, LLC. All professional legal services are rendered by an independent qualified Legal Service Provider to whom eLaw assigns your request. All eLaw services are subject to the terms, conditions and policies set forth on our website at http://elaw.com/eLaw21/terms.aspx

 

©2019 eLaw, LLC | eLaw, LLC | 890 Mountain Ave., Suite 300 | New Providence, NJ | 07974-1218

ROOM 130 EFSUBM PAPERLESS JUDGES NO WORKING COPIES ACCEPTED

Below is a list of Supreme New York Judges who do not require working copies of Motions, Cross Motions, Affirmation in Oppositions, Reply Affirmations or Memorandums of Law for Efiling Cases.

Stipulations to adjourn motions that need to be so ordered do have to be sent to court for these judges.

* Bannon – Part 42
* Borrok – Part 53
* Cannataro – Part 41
* Chan – Part 33
* J. Cohen – Part 3
* Crane – Part 15
* D’Auguste – Part 55
* Edmead – Part 35
* Engoron – Part 37
* Frank – Part 52
* Freed – Part 2
* Jaffe – Part 12
* Kahn – Part 14
* Kotler – Part 8
* Marin – Part 34
* Mendez – Part 13
* Nock – Part 38
* Perry – Part 23
* Rakower – Part 6
* Rodriguez – Part 62
* Saunders- Part 5
* Scarpulla – Part 39
* Sokoloff – Part 21
* Tisch – Part 18
* Wan – Part 25

Warm Regards,

Dominick Esposito
eLaw President
212-503-6000
[dominick@eLaw.com](mailto:dominick@eLaw.com)

eLaw Free Lunch and Learn! Limited Seating!

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eLaw-Lunch-and-LearnNew FREE Lunch and Learn Seminars!

Come learn all that is new at eLaw!

 

  • Docketing and Calendaring Tricks
  • Judges’ Individual Part Rules
  • Per Diem Services
  • How to Run Firm Reports
  • New Assignment Calendar
  • Case Mediation

Join eLaw President, Dominick Esposito for an overview of all services, and learn how you can improve your practice. RSVP to Dominick@elaw.com with your session selection. Seating is limited!

Tuesday, November 6th, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Cocktails and refreshments will be provided.
Tuesday, November 13th, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm. Light lunch will be provided.
Location: 1460 Broadway, Suite 9053, New York, NY

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.