Byer's Civil Motions Leventhal Second Revised Edition
TWO CASE-BOUND VOLUMES, 6 X 9 INCHES, 964 PAGES
Byer's Civil Motions provides a systematic orderly method to pinpoint the subject matter with relevant discussion and the cases which
are supportive of the principle involved. This treatise, unlike others on the market, is not limited to procedure under the CPLR, but
contains substantive law as well, to assist and guide busy litigators writing briefs and arguing before the court, and judicial and
non-judicial staff in drafting opinions.
Summary of Features:
Alphabetically arranged subjects for ease of use in locating answers to specific legal questions.
Complete with statutory and decisional changes in procedural and substantive law.
Updated annually with pocket part supplements and cumulative topical index.
Expanded citations covering the department and year of each decision.
Revised table of contents and index.
The second revised edition contains the following new chapters and/or sections:
Recusal of judges.
Sealing of court records.
New court rules promulgated by the Chief Administrative Judge of the courts governing conduct of depositions.
New procedures required by those seeking temporary restraining order's.
The use of pseudonyms (e.g. "John Doe" or "Anonymous") in the caption.