Post-Trial Practice and Procedures
- Dennis P. Glascott, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Addressing Defective Verdicts while the Jury Is Empaneled / Post-trial Motion Practice—Challenging the Verdict after the Jury Has Been Discharged / An Introduction to Post-verdict Setoffs: Collateral Source Reductions under CPLR 4545 / Setoffs under General Obligations Law § 15-108 / Reductions to a Lost Earnings Claim in Certain Malpractice Actions / Collateral Sources and No-Fault Insurance / Periodic Payments of Future Damages Awards: An Overview of CPLR Articles 50-A and 50-B / Interest on Damage Awards and Money Judgments / Preparing and Entering Judgments and Bills of Costs in New York / Appellate Considerations for Post-trial Motions to Set Aside a Jury Verdict / Post-trial Motions: A View from the Bench
The end of the trial is not necessarily the end of the civil litigation process. Post-Trial Practice and Procedures is the comprehensive guide to dealing with complex post-trial issues. The authors—experienced trial attorneys and an appellate justice—cover everything from challenging verdicts before and after the jury has been discharged, to post-verdict setoffs, to understanding the interest categories on damage awards and money judgments.
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- January 1, 2010
- 242 pages