A.B., Brown University J.D., Boston College
Clerked for Judge Matthew J. Jasen, New York State Court of Appeals, practiced law with a New York law firm involved in antitrust and unfair competition litigation. Authored a book and numerous articles on antitrust and unfair competition. Active in the Litigation Section and the Committee on Antitrust and Unfair Competition of the ABA. Member of advisory group to the American Law Institute Restatement of the Law of Unfair Competition. Member of the New York State Law Revision Commission. Editor, Model Jury Charges in Business Torts Cases. One of seven nominees for the New York Court of Appeals in 1998 as selected by the State Commission of Judicial Nomination.
2002 Update to NO FAULT CASE HANDBOOK (New York State Bar Association)
NO FAULT CASE HANDBOOK (New York State Bar Association, 1996)
Editor, NEW YORK LITIGATION FORMS (Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co., 1995) (with eds. Kevin J. English, Barry G. Saretsky, et al.)
MONOPOLIES AND MERGERS: CASES AND MATERIALS (1981)
Editor-in-Chief, MODEL JURY CHARGES IN BUSINESS TORT CASES, (ABA, 1981)
The New York Law Journal in its Feb 4, 2015 edition published his bi-monthly Evidence column. This column addressed and criticized the recent First Department decision in Ambac v. Countrywide which recognized a broad new exception to NY's waiver by disclosure rule.
Use of Convictions to Impeach in a Civil Action, New York Law Journal (July 30, 2013)PubArticleNY.jsp
Refreshing Recollection Doctrine Revisited, New York Law Journal (Dec. 6, 2012)
Inadvertent Waiver of the Attorney/Client Privilege, New York Law Journal (Oct. 4, 2012)
Scope of Waiver Effected by Disclosure of Attorney-Client Privileged Matter, New York Law Journal (Aug. 2, 2012)
Pommells: The Facts, Nothing But the Facts,
78 (no. 5) New York State Bar Association Journal 42 (2006)papers.cfm
COVENANTS NOT TO COMPETE: A USEFUL EXPLANATION INCLUDING DRAFTING (National Law Foundation, 2006)
Honor The Craft: The Judicial Legacy of Judge Matthew J. Jasen,
69 Albany Law Review 403 (2006)papers.cfm
Evidence (2004-2005 Survey of New York Law),
56 Syracuse Law Review 871 (2006)papers.cfm
Evidence (2003-2004 Survey of New York Law),
55 Syracuse Law Review 1005 (2005)papers.cfm
Evidence (2002-2003 Survey of New York Law),
54 Syracuse Law Review 601 (2005)papers.cfm
Impeachment of a Witness in a Civil Action: Proof of Prior Misconduct (Bad Acts),
(Spring 2004) New York State Trial Lawyers Institute Bill of Particulars (2004)hutter-impeachment-of-a-witness-2004.pdf
Evidence (2001-2002 Survey of New York Law),
53 Syracuse Law Review 539 (2003)papers.cfm
Using Expert Testimony as a Basis for the Invocation of Res Ipsa Loquitor,(Fall 2003) New York State Trial Lawyers Institute Bill of Particulars (2003)hutter-on-evidence-using-expert-testimony-2003.pdf
Plaintiff's Pre-Trial Statements and Expressions of Physical Sensations and Condition: The Questionable Status of New York's Rules Governing Their Admissibility,
(Spring 2003) New York State Trial Lawyers Institute Bill of Particulars (2003)hutter-plaintiff-pretrial-statements-2003.pdf
Hospital Records Entries,
(Summer 2003) New York State Trial Lawyers Institute Bill of Particulars (2003)hutter-on-evidence-hospital-record-entries-2003.pdf
Accident Reports and the Business Records Hearsay Exception: The Johnson v Lutz Judicially Created Requirement,
(Winter 2002) New York State Trial Lawyers Association Bill of Particulars (2002)hutter-on-evidence-accident-reports-2002.pdf
Toure v. Avis and the Serious Injury Threshold: The Court of Appeals Giveth and Taketh Away, But Giveth More,
(Fall 2002) New York State Trial Lawyers Association Bill of Particulars 39 (2002)hutter-toure-v-avis-rent-a-car-systems-2002.pdf
Evidence, (2000-2001 Survey of New York Law),
52 Syracuse Law Review 397 (2002)papers.cfm
Tyrrell v. Wal-Mart Admissibility of Employee Statement Regarding Spills in Slip and Fall Cases,
(Summer 2002) New York State Trial Lawyers Association Bill of Particulars 55 (2002)hutter-tyrrell-v-walmart-2002.pdf
Chapter: Conduct of the Hearing in MANUAL FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES AND HEARING OFFICERS, rev. ed. (R. Heverly, ed.) (New York State Dept. of Civil Service, 2002)papers.cfm
Appendix A: Evidence in MANUAL FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES AND HEARING OFFICERS, rev. ed. (R. Heverly, ed.) (New York State Dept. of Civil Service, 2002)
NO-FAULT SERIOUS INJURY (National Law Foundation, 2002)
EMPLOYEE COVENANTS-NOT-TO-COMPETE (Albany Law School, Institute of Legal Studies, 2001)
Contents of Writing, Recordings, and Photographs, in EMERGING PROBLEMS WITH THE FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE, 3rd ed., (Lexis, 1998) at 387hutter-emerging-problems-under-federal-rules-1998.pdf
Hearsay Update in POLITICAL EVIDENCE (New York State Bar Association, 1996)
Government Liability and Immunity from Personal Injury Claims, in THE 1996 WARREN M. ANDERSON LEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST SEMINAR SERIES (Government Law Center of Albany Law School, 1996) at 43papers.cfm
Government Investigative Reports: a New Approach for Their Admissibility in State Courts,
Trial Lawyers Section Digest (Trial Lawyers Section, New York State Bar Association) (no. 33) March 1996, at 1hutter-government-investigative-reports-1996.pdf
Hearsay: the Principal Exception, in PRACTICAL EVIDENCE (New York State Bar Association, 1995)
No Fault Law Update, in AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE LAW (New York State Bar Association, 1995)
Evidence, (1994-1995 Survey of New York Law),
46 Syracuse Law Review 601 (1995)papers.cfm
Revision of Chapters 2, 14, 57 and 75, Weinstein-Korn-Miller, NEW YORK CIVIL PRACTICE (Matthew Bender, 1987-1996)
Developments Re: Expert Testimony Under the Federal Rules of Evidence, in EXPERT WITNESSES (NYSBA, 1987)
Protecting Software, in COMPUTER LAW (New York State Bar Association, 1987)
Business Torts, in ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS (Callaghan, 1985)
Drafting Enforceable Noncompetition Agreements,4 Legal Notes and Viewpoints Quarterly 73 (1983)hutter-drafting-non-competition-agreements-1984.pdf
Drafting Enforceable Employee Non-Competition Agreements to Protect Confidential Business Information: A Lawyer's Practical Approach to the Case Law,
45 Albany Law Review 311 (1981)hutter-drafting-employee-non-competition-agreements-1981.pdf
Remedies in Trade Secret Cases, in PROTECTING TRADE SECRETS (PLI, 1981)
Pursuing Ex-Employees Who Misappropriate Trade Secrets: Pre-trial Considerations,
6 Litigation 39 (1980)
DISCUSSION OF CERTAIN RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE REVIEW OF ANTITRUST LAWS AND PROCEDURES, Prepared for the ABA Litigation Committee (March 1979)
DISCUSSION OF CITY OF LAFAYETTE V. LOUISIANA POWER AND LIGHT, Prepared for the office of the New York Secretary of State (February 1979)
Trade Secret Misappropriation: A Lawyer's Practical Approach to the Case Law,
1 Western New England Law Review 1 (1978)papers.cfm
"Dirty Tricks" and Section One of Sherman Act: Federalizing State Unfair Competition Law,
18 Boston College Industrial and Commercial Law Review 239 (1977)papers.cfm
"Kelley v. Johnson" and Tonsorial Tastes: The Death Knell of Substantive Due Process,
41 Albany Law Review 411 (1977)papers.cfm
Book Review, (with Maleski) reviewing PRODUCTS LIABILITY: CASES AND MATERIALS,
65 Georgetown Law Journal 865 (1977)
Chapters, No Fault Law Update in DECISION (New York State Trial Lawyers Association) annually, 1991-2003
Editor-in-Chief, Business Torts Newsletter
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Professor Michael J. Hutter presented a 2014 CPLR Update to the Academy of Trial Lawyers. His materials were distributed statewide to the Academy's membership.
Professor Michael Hutter was invited to present "Developments in Electronic Evidence for Family Court Practitioners" in Syracuse, N.Y.
Professor Michael Hutter gave a presentation on "Expert Testimony and Related Discovery Issues at the annual meeting of the Association of Justices of the Supreme Court of the State of New York on Oct. 10, 2012. He also delivered his annual updates on Evidence and No Fault/Serious Injury for the New York Academy of Trial Lawyers on Oct. 5, 2012.
Professor Michael Hutter presented two sessions on Evidence, Torts and Negligence at Albany Law School’s CLE in Saratoga Program in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on Aug. 10.
Professor Michael J. Hutter presented a 2014
No Fault/Serious Injury Update to the Capital District Trial Lawyers Association
at its Annual Meeting.
Professor Michael J. Hutter presented
at the request of the NY State Bar Association a Memorial to Prof Siegel at the
NYSBA's Annual Meeting before the House of Delegates.
of Professor Hutter's prior Evidence columns were the basis of two evidence legislative
proposals which are part of the Office of Court Administration's 2015
Legislative Program. One proposed bill proposes for New York a new
hearsay exception for agent/employee admissions, which tracks Prof Hutter's
call for legislative action to do away with NY's present archaic law on the
subject. The other proposed bill proposes an amendment to NY's
attorney-client privilege dealing with waiver by disclosure, intentional or
inadvertent disclosure, which tracks FRE 502, as urged by Proffessor Hutter.
Professor Michael J. Hutter has been appointed Chair of a subcommittee of the State Bar's CPLR
Committee to study and report on a legislative proposal to change or modify New York's
present common law rules governing the proper foundation for an expert's
Professor Michael J.
Hutter's article - The case for Adoption of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act,
published in 10 Alb. L.J. Tech and Science 1 - was cited favorably in the
Wright Miller Federal Practice and Procedure Treatise.
Professor Michael J.
Hutter has been appointed to the Advisory Group (Members Consultative Group)
for the new Restatement (Third) of Conflicts of Law.