Working during coronavirus times means videoconferencing. Lots of videoconferencing. And so, perhaps unsurprisingly, many in-house lawyers have warmed up to the idea of talking to a screen. 

The Association of Corporate Counsel’s latest flash poll of 249 members showed that 32% of respondents were uncomfortable using videoconferencing before COVID-19 upended the world.

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