Question Two: Caselnova vs. State Department of Health
The case was decided by the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court; the main role of the Appellate Division Court of New York is to hear cases from other lower Appellate courts i.e. family courts, surrogate courts, Court of Claims as well as County Courts.
The case was taken only through one level of Court, which was the Appellate Division Court of New York. However, the initial decision was made by the State Board for Professional Medical Conduct. This decision was appealed, hence leading to ultimate decision-making by the Appellate Division Court of New York (www4.law.cornell.edu).
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