This statute authorizes the Court of Chancery to mediate business disputes meeting certain requirements: the parties have consented to mediation; at least one party is a business entity; neither party is a consumer; and the monetary amount in controversy is no less than one million dollars. These mediations can be conducted by a member of the court or someone else with the court's authorization. The statute encourages the court to use mediation for corporate, commercial and technology disputes.
Delaware Code, Title 10, Chapter 3, 347: Mediation Proceedings for Business DisputesState of Delaware. Jan. 1, 2019