In this episode, “Third-Party Settlements in New York – Consent to Settlement and Nunc Pro Tunc Motions,” Christopher Major provides an overview of civil settlement in New York’s Supreme courts and the impact on workers’ compensation actions.
Major discusses the following:
- What third-party settlements (in supreme court actions) require consent in New York?
- How nunc pro tunc motions are used to facilitate settlements.
- What workers’ compensation risk professionals need to know about civil settlements in New York.
- How recent case decisions will impact the practice in 2021.
This audio is from a live webinar provided to clients on May 10, 2021
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