By the end of this year, state courts in New York are set to have a system in place to require that civil litigation be resolved through presumptive mediation, rather than in open court, as part of an effort to continue reducing backlogs in the judiciary.

While such systems already exist throughout some state courts in New York, the new initiative will mandate presumptive mediation and alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, statewide.

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