New York courts want to be the go-to venue for settling international disputes, and officials are investing in whizbang technology that has the potential to transform commercial trials.

The technology debuted in state Supreme Court Justice Saliann Scarpulla’s courtroom, Room 208 at 60 Centre St., this month. Scarpulla, who is tech-savvy, is helping the Office of Court Administration work out the kinks before other courtrooms are upgraded.

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