Court via video may have started with the coronavirus pandemic, but Dallas trial lawyer Rogge Dunn doesn’t expect it to end when the pandemic subsides.

He predicted litigators will continue to use Zoom for hearings, conferences and possibly trials once the COVID-19 pandemic ends. So he invested $17,500 in a “Zoom Room” at his firm with top-of-the-line equipment, where technical difficulties and distracting backgrounds are no concern.

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