A new state Supreme Court Commercial Division rule requiring counsel to discuss alternative dispute resolution with their clients before the preliminary conference and before each subsequent conference is set to go into effect next year.

Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks has signed into effect language that will be added to Commercial Division Rule 10. Rule 10, titled “Submission of Information,” specifies what counsel must furnish at the preliminary conferences during litigation.

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