As COVID-19 forced attorneys to change how they conduct business, alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, was the route many attorneys chose after the health pandemic closed the state and federal courthouses.

Three Connecticut-based legal experts in the field of ADR discussed the uptick in ADR and trends. They also agreed that ADR is not only here to stay, but is expected to flourish post-pandemic.

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