Proposed legislation, Assembly Bill 8316, the same as Senate Bill 4256, would amend the civil practice law and rules by adding a new section 3119, the Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act.
Use this “At A Glance Guide” to learn the statewide rules of civil procedure applicable to bringing a motion for sanctions (non-discovery) in New York Supreme Court.
Use this At A Glance Guide to learn the rules of civil procedure (New York’s Civil Practice Law and Rules “CPLR”) applicable to cross-claims in New York Supreme Court. For a more detailed treatment, including local rules, please see the New York Supreme Court SmartRules Guide: Cross-claim.
A counterclaim is initiated upon service of the pleading containing it. CPLR 203(d). Counterclaims are subject to the same statute of limitations provisions found in Article 2 of the Civil Practice Law and Rules. Notwithstanding the expiration of time under the statute of limitations, if a counterclaim was not time-barred at the time the original complaint was filed, it may be asserted during the pendency of that action. CPLR 203(d).
Use this New York Supreme Court Motion to Dismiss “Cheat Sheet” to learn all the rules of civil procedure (in New York the CPLR) applicable to bringing a motion to dismiss in New York Supreme Court. For more detailed information, including local rules, see the SmartRules New York Supreme Court Guides for Motion to Dismiss, Opposition to Motion to Dismiss, and Reply in Support of Motion to Dismiss.