Determining Whether ‘No-Fault’ Law Allows Trials When Parties Disagree
"Determining Whether 'No-Fault' Law Allows Trials When Parties Disagree"
Publication: New York Law Journal Volume 246 No. 41
Published by: New York State Bar Association
Publication Date: August 29, 2011
Journalist: [name, title]
Authored by Allan E. Mayefsky
“Although rejecting the husband’s arguments that the wife had not pled with enough specificity or that her claim was barred by the statute of limitations, the court carefully examined the substantive issue presented, namely “whether [the wife’s] unilateral statement under oath is irrefutable, as [the wife] suggests, or if [the husband] is to be afforded the same procedural and substantive due process as is available for any other cause of action in our jurisprudence.”