The Trend: 

The coronavirus epidemic continues to drag on and, with it, the prospect of seeing a full-scale return of in-person civil jury trials any time soon becomes increasingly remote. As courts, straining under the weight of growing backlogs, experiment with everything from virtual jury trials to turning cavernous auditoriums into makeshift courtrooms, litigators are being urged to find other ways to resolve their cases.

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