MCB Implements Procedures to Address New Redaction Rule in New York

by | Feb 25, 2015 | Medical Malpractice | 0 comments

Section 202.5(e) of the Uniform Civil Rules For the Supreme Court and the County Court, which becomes mandatory on March 1, 2015, pertains to the redaction of confidential personal information in all papers submitted for filing to New York Supreme and County Courts. Because compliance is mandatory and the implications of documents being returned for noncompliance remain unknown,

Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP has taken a proactive approach in developing a system where our attorneys, working with a team of trained paralegals, will ensure compliance with the new rule. Our attorneys will be using our trained paralegals, as well as advanced technology, to ensure that we meet the demands of the courts and protect our clients’ interests.