September 3, 2019
The New York Court of Appeals Round-Up & Preview summarizes key opinions in civil cases issued by the Court over the past year and highlights a number of civil cases of potentially broad significance that the Court will hear during the coming year, beginning in September 2019. The cases are organized by subject.
From September 2018 through August 2019, the Court issued 106 decisions. Looking ahead, the Court has scheduled 12 cases for argument in September 2019 (both civil and criminal) — with the session’s first cases being argued on the afternoon of September 4 — and 13 cases for argument in October 2019 (both civil and criminal). The Court has not yet scheduled argument for the remaining cases currently on its docket.
To view the Round-Up, click here.
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