New York Motion Practice Handbook and Forms

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This book includes 80+ forms and sample documents on CD and identifies the statutory provisions governing various types of motions and key decisions that interpret them.

New York Motion Practice Handbook & Forms identifies the statutory provisions governing various types of motions and the key decisions that interpret them. The book addresses some topics that do not generally receive discussion in a CPLR treatise, such as the main substantive provisions of the Statute of Frauds, common law tolling doctrines, and grounds to disqualify counsel or for recusal of a judge. The book includes discussions of: Motion to Dismiss, Disclosure Motions, Provisional Remedies,  Motions Concerning Parties, Miscellaneous Pretrial Motions, Summary Dispositions, Trial Motions, and Motions to the Appellate Courts. Cohen not only describes the mechanics of making the motions, but the legal grounds underpinning them as well.

Included are 80+ forms.  

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SKU NMOTP20
Division Name New York Books
Volumes 0
Product Types Books
Brand New York Law Journal Books
Publication Date July 31, 2019
Jurisdiction New York
ISBN 978-1-62881-633-4
Page Count 1156
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Daniel A. Cohen
Daniel A. Cohen is Special Counsel to Walden Macht & Haran LLP in New York City. Cohen has extensive litigation experience in the state and federal courts of New York, in both the trial courts and the appellate courts. His practice areas include complex commercial litigation, corporate governance, employment disputes, securities fraud, RICO, insurance coverage, and judgment enforcement.

Cohen publishes regularly on matters relating to civil procedure. Cohen is a former chair of the New York County Lawyers Association committee on insurance. Cohen also was a founding member of the Board of ALM’s online publication, New York Smart Litigator and a frequent contributor of Ask the Expert columns for that publication.
Cohen graduated from Princeton University in 1986. He received graduate degrees in philosophy from Oxford University and the University of Michigan before graduating from the University of Michigan Law School in 1994, where he was an Articles Editor of the Law Review. After law school, Cohen clerked for the Hon. J. Edward Lumbard on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals before entering private practice.

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