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Abby Tolchinsky and Ellie Wertheim Abby Tolchinsky and Ellie Wertheim

For several years, on an ad-hoc basis, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) programs have been in place in various courts throughout New York State. These have ranged from a matrimonial mediation pilot in Kings County (of which we are a part) to a robust ADR program in the Commercial Division in New York County to judicial settlement conferences across the state. While all of these, and others, represent a wide-ranging definition of ADR and will certainly continue to shape settlements across the legal spectrum, we now find ourselves at a new moment.

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