Earlier this month, a Texas lawyer‘s Zoom mishap became a viral sensation after his face was replaced by a cat filter, leading him to assure the presiding judge: “I’m here. I’m not a cat.”

While the clip delivered laughs, it also provided another example of why Zoom and other general use videoconferencing tools may not be the best fit for courts and lawyers. Still, not all in the legal industry are ready to uninstall Zoom just yet, with some arguing courts just need personnel behind the scenes to manage software and troubleshoot issues.

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