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Ease End Networking Luncheon

Posted by pbsweeney on February 19, 2007

SAVE THE DATE:
MARCH 7TH, 2007 at 12:30 p.m.

STONEWALLS RESTAURANT
(AT THE CHERRY CREEK GOLF COURSE)
967 REEVES AVENUE, RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK 11901
631-506-0777

Cost: $26.00 Per Person
Includes Soup or Salad, Entrée and Dessert, Coffee or Tea and Tax and Gratuity

RSVP by March 2, 2007
Jennifer Maloney (631) 208-1063
jmaloney@tellusabstract.com

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Who is Where in Riverhead’s New Supreme Court

Posted by pbsweeney on January 17, 2007

riverhead.jpg Hampton’s Legal had reason to be up at the new Supreme Court in Riverhead today. It’s a spectacular addition with additional parking contiguous to the building on Court Street. The three-story, 95,000 square-foot courthouse was erected behind the existing 70 year old buildings and is connected to them by two enclosed bridges. The new courthouse has an atrium lobby, nine courtrooms and chambers, a jury assembly room, jury impaneling rooms, a children’s center, a public cafeteria and conference space. It’s a beautiful space and a welcome addition.

Signage is a little dicey yet, but court personnel are very helpful. Hamptons Legal has obtained a current directory of the offices for individual judges. If you are headed up there, email us and we will let you know who is where.

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The Rules Have Changed

Posted by pbsweeney on October 4, 2006

Four amendments to the NYUCS Rule take effect on October 1, 2006. Of special interest to matrimonial attorneys and process servers is the change in Sec. 202.7 (f) that states “Upon an application for an order to show cause or motion for a preliminary injunction seeking a temporary restraining order, the application shall contain, in addition to the other information required by this section, an affirmation demonstrating there will be significant prejudice to the party seeking the restraining order by the giving of notice…” To view all the October 1st amendments in their entirety, click here.

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