|Production Date:||October 3, 2012|
|Practice Areas:||Litigation & Appeals, Trial Skills|
Article 78 is a section of the New York State Civil Practice Law and Rules (CPLR) that is used to appeal a New York State or local agency decision. For almost every New York Attorney, the Article 78 proceeding is a valuable and often necessary tool in properly obtaining a specific kind of relief for their clients. In this two hour program, attorney Lewis Tesser unravels the purpose and benefits of Article 78 proceedings as well as the various types of writs these proceedings encompass. Mr. Tesser also discusses various considerations relating to parties, procedure and subject matter as well as the standards of review used.
I. Understand Purpose & Benefits of Article 78 Proceedings
II. Know The Types of Writs Article 78 Proceedings Encompass
III. Comprehend Article 78 Parties, Procedure & Subject Matter
IV. Grasp Article 78 Topics and Standards of Review
Mark (New York, NY)
This was helpful.
Cecil (Jersey City, NJ)
excellent speaker and excellent course materials.this speaker kept an otherwise boring subject very interesting.
Mary Beth (Yonkers, NY)
Very informative & I learned new things even though I handled Art 78's
Martin (New York, NY)
very pleased and thankful Mr. Tesser took the time to prepare this lecture.
Zachary (Melville, NY)
A highly substantive and well organized presentation as valuable to novices as to those of us whose practice frequently involves Art. 78's.
Price: $147.50Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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