Despite extended court closures this year, commercial litigators are growing more optimistic.

Several leaders of litigation departments at large law firms said business now is better than expected—or even better than last year. Buoyed by a mix of remote-working innovation and new matters related to COVID-19, the practice group most oriented toward courtrooms has generally been fine without frequently attending them, they said. Some predict even more work next year.

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