Charles Edward Green

Charles Edward Green

Friedman, Levy, Goldfarb & Green, P.C.

New York, NY

http://www.friedmanlevy.com

  • user-graduate Education George Washington University Law School
  • Experience 31 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Personal Injury
Medical Malpractice
Products Liability
Workers' Compensation
Nursing Home Abuse
Insurance Claims
Personal Injury

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • New York
    Since 1991

Professional Experience

  • Managing Partner
    Friedman, Levy, Goldfarb & Green, P.C.
    Current

Professional Associations

  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
    Member
    Current

Education

  • George Washington University Law School
    J.D. (1990)
    1987 - 1990
Legal Answers
  • Q. back in December I had a motion conference for a civil case the preliminary conference is in may what's next
    A: If things go as they are supposed to, at the preliminary conference deposition dates will be set, discovery deadlines given, a future status conference scheduled, and a date for the filing of the note of issue will be set. At some point the parties will exchange paper discovery as set forth in the preliminary conference order, then proceed to depositions on the dates set in the order. Once the depositions are finished, the plaintiff will file the Note of Issue, which tells the court that the case is ready for trial. Usually within 60 days of the filing of the note of issue, the parties are required to file dispositive motions if they feel summary judgment is warranted. There will then be several pre-trial conferences before an actual trial date is set. More often than not, parties ignore certain deadlines requiring further conferences, and/or motions. In New York City, the process I just described typically takes between two and four years.
    February 21, 2022