Cheryl Korman to Co-Chair New York State Bar Association Program

October 25, 2013 | Appeals

Cheryl Korman, a partner in the firm’s Litigation & Appeals Practice Group, will be a co-chair at the New York State Bar Association – New York Appellate Practice CLE program

This basic-level full-day course produced by the Association’s Committee on Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction addresses the “nuts-and-bolts” requirements, recommended tactics and necessary legal theory behind the successful taking and perfecting of a civil appeal in New York State’s appellate courts, with particular focus on practice and procedure in the Second Department, including the Appellate Term. Major differences between civil appeals and criminal appeals will be highlighted. The experienced and well-rounded faculty members will offer their valuable perspectives in discussing the practical and strategic considerations, and traps for the unwary, involved in the program’s topics.

Program Topics

  • APPELLATE DIVISION PRACTICE
  • APPELLATE TERM PRACTICE
  • COURT OF APPEALS PRACTICE
  • UNUSUAL PROBLEMS IN APPELLATE PRACTICE
  • CIVIL APPEALS v. CRIMINAL APPEALS
  • VIEW FROM THE BENCH AND BAR: BRIEF WRITING AND ORAL ARGUMENT
  • ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS

The program will be held at Melville Marriott, 1350 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY 117477.0

MCLE Credits: 3.5 Professional Practice; 3.0 Skills; 0.5 Ethics

This course has been approved for all attorneys, including those who are newly admitted (less than twenty-four months).

For more information or to register click here, or call 1.800.582.2452.






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