Service of Process in the Digital Age: Understanding the New Process Server Regulations


Service of Process in the Digital Age: Understanding the New Process Server Regulations

Recorded On 05/21/2012


Learn from a panel of experts about the new process server regulations requiring the carrying and operating of an electronic device that recorts GPS locations while serving process; requires the transmittal of completed records automatically to an independent third party contractor; and provides new requirements on the electronic storage of the regulations on litigants and law firms from the perspective of a NYC judge, litigator and a process server.



Program co-sponsor: NYCLA’s Civil Court Practice Section Moderator: Robert Silversmith, Silversmith & Associates Law Firm, PLLC Program Chair: Hon. David Cohen, NYS Family Court Faculty: Stanford Cohen, NYC Dept. of Consumer Affairs; Robert Gillis,; Hon. Gerald Lebovits, NYC Civil Court, Bronx County; David Rozenholc, David Rozenholc & Associates; Glenn H. Spiegel, Newman Ferrara LLP; Marla Tepper, NYC Dept. of Consumer Affairs; Lawrence Yellon, Inter County Judicial Services, LLC



2.5 NY CLE Credits; 1.5 Skills, 1 PP


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