Zoom and other videoconferencing platforms have been a godsend during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve enabled us to conduct business, attend school and stay connected with colleagues, friends, and loved ones when we couldn’t be together in person. Litigators have been able to attend depositions, mediations and court hearings remotely. Many are ready to pronounce videoconferences and remote work as the new normal, even after the pandemic subsides.
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