Random thoughts -- and helpful links and resources -- from a Buffalo lawyer who loves practicing law. My practice focuses on federal, municipal, and appellate litigation. My name is Jeremy A. Colby and I approve of this Blawg -- which does not represent the thoughts or views of my past, present or future: firm(s), clients, employers, schools, professors, educators, friends, and/or relatives (herein collectively defined as "Anyone Else"). See "Disclaimer" below.
Federal Civil Practice Bulletin
no need to reinvent the wheel . . .
An homage to those taking the bar exam next week.
ABL turns one year old on July 22 and Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears gave ABL an early present by citing to ABL's article, You've Got Mail: The Modern Trend Towards Universal Electronic Service of Process, 51 Buffalo L.Rev. 337, 337 n. 1 (2003) in Georgia Pines Community Service Bd. v. Summerlin, 2007 WL 1880018, *6 .7 (Ga. 2007).
Harvey Randall's New York Public Personnel Law, which contains
In light of the relative lack of rain recently and ABL's new summer hobby, the following excerpt from a deposition I read some time ago is apropos
NYS courts should adopt federalesque e-filing. At least the e-filing project is being extended.
I was asked the other day, what does "unreasonable" mean, which prompted the learned response -- "it depends." Judge Skretny recently provided some insight into what is not good cause (i.e., what is unreasonable) in terms of seeking to re-open discovery and extend the deadline for expert disclosure after 2 years (give or take).