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Tuesday
Jan252011

New York City Structured Settlement Expert John Darer on articles 50A and 50B of the New York CPLR

John Darer, the listed structured settlement expert and agent for our New York City viewers, explains in this video the rules and concepts related to section 50A and 50B of the New York State periodic payments and judgment act.

This is part of a continuing series on New York structured settlement practice and is important information for both defendants and plaintiffs who fall under the section 50A and 50B of the New York CPLR rules, which require amounts over a certain dollar limit to be paid to the plaintiff or claimant in periodic payments.

If you are a New York City or NYC Metropolitan based lawyer, claimant or claims organization, you will want to know how these laws impact your case or settlement, presented by the NYC structured settlement expert, John Darer.

 

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