This book makes New York civil practice—one of the most complex court structures in the country—thoroughly understandable. Features extensive examples, edited judicial decisions, and a detailed chart of time limits. Commencement of a Civil Action. Pleadings. Motion Practice. Discovery. Trial. Judgments and Appeals. Other Proceedings. For Paralegals.
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Jeffrey A. Helewitz received his JD and LLM degrees from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, and his MBA, concentrating in finance, from New York University.
After working for the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, Mr. Helewitz now serves as a consultant to small businesses in New York.
Mr. Helewitz is an adjunct professor of paralegal studies at various paralegal schools in the New York area, as well as an adjunct professor of law at C.U.N.Y. School of Law.
New York Civil Practice is his fourth textbook published by Pearson Publications Company.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
The term "civil litigation" denotes the process and procedure necessary to adjudicate a dispute between two individuals, arising from a private injury. This definition contrasts civil litigation from criminal litigation, in which the injured party is society at large whose interests are represented by the government.
In New York, the rules and regulations governing civil disputes are contained in the New York Civil Practice Law and Rules (hereinafter referred to as the CPLR). These statutes establish all of the regulations and requirements for litigating a civil matter in the New York state court system. If the dispute is one that can or must be adjudicated in one of the federal courts that sits in New York, the governing statutes are the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (litigation in the federal courts in New York is discussed in Chapter Eight). However, the main purpose of this text is to familiarize the paralegal with the civil procedural rules governing state court actions.
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