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The Powers of New York Court of Appeals provides detailed analysis by a veteran appellate lawyer of practice before the New York Court of Appeals. It covers the Court of Appeals' jurisdiction, scope, and development; the finality requirement; appeals as of right; appeals on constitutional grounds; review of nonfinal orders; appeals by permission; limitations on appealability; time limitations; procedural aspects of questions of law; review of appeal; and disposition after the decision. Recent developments covered in this edition include:
• An Appellate Division reversal of a Supreme Court order granting a motion to amend a prior final judgment does not finally determine the action within the meaning of the Constitution
• Complete revision of scrutiny of jurisdiction by the Court of Appeals
• Complete revision of appeals selected by the Court of Appeals for review by alternate procedure