New York Court Rules Annotated
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Rules of court governing trial procedure in New York have increasingly become more critical in recent years as the courts use the rules to alter court procedure, rather than seeking changes through the legislature. LexisNexis New York Court Rules Annotated offers practitioners the rules they need, organized to accommodate quick reference by trial attorneys. Plus, the rules are fully annotated, providing practitioners the key insights in how courts will apply and interpret the procedural dictates. LexisNexis is the only provider of annotated New York rules of court, and New York Court Rules Annotated is the best source for fully annotated court rules in New York.
Volume 1, Trial and Appellate Court Rules, includes the rules most used by trial practitioners, such as the Uniform Rules for the New York State Trial Courts and the rules of the appellate divisions of the Supreme Court. Volume 2, Court Administration and Practice Rules, includes the rules regulating the practice of law, including Standards and Administrative Policies and the Rules of Professional Conduct. Volume 3, Legal Practice Rules, includes the County Rules. Please see the table of contents for a complete listing. LexisNexis New York Court Rules Annotated can be purchased as a set or each volume can be purchased individually.
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Table of contents
Volume 1 Trial and Appellate Court Rules:
Uniform Rules for the New York State Trial Courts
Rules of the Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court
Court of Appeals Rules
Volume 2 Court Administration and Legal Practice Rules:
Standards and Administrative Policies
Rules of Professional Conduct
Cooperative Business Arrangements between Lawyers and Non-Legal Professionals
Statement of Client’s Rights
Written Letter of Engagement
Mediation of Attorney-Client Disputes
Dishonored Check Reporting Rules of Attorney Special, Escrow and Trust Accounts
Standards of Civility
Procedure for Attorneys in Domestic Relations Matters
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Program for Attorneys in the State of New York
State Board of Law Examiners
State Commission on Judicial Conduct Rules
Judicial Nomination Commission Rules
Rules for Public Access to Records of the State of NY Commission on Judicial Nomination
Lawyers Fund for Client Protection Rules
State Reporter Rules
Rules of the Ethics Commission for the Unified Court System
Interest on Lawyer Account Fund Rules
County Court Rules