Practice point: Where the order does not affect the rights of an appealing party, that party is not aggrieved by the order and the appeal must be dismissed.
Student note: A party is aggrieved by an order when it directly affects that party's individual rights. A party is not aggrieved by an order which does not grant relief the party did not request.
Case: Barrett v. Dennis Lounsbury Bldrs., Inc., NY Slip Op 00319 (2d Dept. 2016)
Here is the decision.
Tomorrow's issue: Disclosure regarding an expert's anticipated testimony.