My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York
Due to financial constraints, I'll be filing pro se.
We, the Plaintiffs, sued the defendants and they countersued us. They are a subsidiary of a major corporation, had the case removed to federal court with a bench trial. The Judge found in favor of the Defendants.
It's my understanding that we have 10 days to file for a new trial. How do I do this? The pro se office is very vague and I'm not finding any specifics on it or what would constitute grounds for a new trial. Any hints?
Also, when does the clock start? I was told I had 10 days from the date the judgment was entered onto the docket (or something to that effect). Is that right?
And, I have 30 days to file an appeal?