Once the Note of Issue has been filed pursuant to a compliance conference Order, a party seeking discovery must “demonstrate that unusual or unanticipated circumstances developed subsequent to the filing of the note of issue that would warrant additional pretrial discovery (see 22 NYCRR 202.21[d]; Wigand v Modlin, 82 AD3d 1213; Tirado v Miller, 75 AD3d 153, 161; Silverberg v Guzman, 61 AD3d 955; Audiovox Corp. v Benyamini, 265 AD2d 135, 140).”
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