The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is rolling out video conferencing for judges and lawyers, at least in some cases, rescheduling two high-profile cases in Las Vegas, and relocating panel arguments initially scheduled for the court’s Seattle courthouse to Pasadena, California as more courts enact plans in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

The court offered up the remote communication in a filing Thursday in a fraud and breach of contract case against Oculus VR and its founder Palmer Luckey.

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