I hope this column finds you healthy, safe, and connected to others.
As we are into the second month of the so-called new normal of working remotely, communicating with family, colleagues, and clients through internet-based video conferences, and dealing with uncertain court schedules, we are all trying to figure out how the social distancing meshes with the business of the courts and our legal practices.
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