The New York state courts will move another step closer to full function on Monday, when attorneys will be able to file motions and responses in pending cases.

The announcement Thursday from Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks is the second major step in rolling back the court system’s coronavirus-related restrictions. It comes nearly three weeks after the courts reopened for virtual conferences in pending cases; judges have held conferences and other virtual proceedings in more than 25,000 cases so far, and a third of those have been settled or otherwise disposed, Marks reported.

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