Successive SJ

Rogers v DeGennaro, 2018 NY Slip Op 07343 [2d Dept. 2018]

“Generally, successive motions for summary judgment should not be entertained, absent a showing of newly discovered evidence or other sufficient cause” (Tingling v C.I.N.H.R., Inc., 120 AD3d 570, 570; see Vinar v Litman, 110 AD3d 867, 868; Blanche, Verte & Blanche, Ltd. v Joseph Mauro & Sons, 91 AD3d 693, 693; Soto v City of New York, 37 AD3d 589, 589). Here, Rogers made neither showing. Therefore, we agree with the Supreme Court’s denial of that branch of Rogers’s motion which was for summary judgment on the issue of liability.

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