One attorney wondered if everyone was in a TV skit when court convened for a Zoom video trial in an international child abduction case under the Hague Convention.
“For about the first half hour, I felt like I was living through the ‘Saturday Night Live’ episode” poking fun at Zoom newbies, said Ed O’Sheehan, a Shutts & Bowen partner in Fort Lauderdale. He represents the Guatemalan father accusing his ex-girlfriend of violating the treaty by taking their son without permission to the United States.
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