Attorneys from multiple states around the country all predicted that once the coronavirus pandemic subsides and social-distancing restrictions are a thing of the past, virtual alternative dispute resolutions, or ADR, would likely be here to stay.

Retired Justice Leah Ward Sears, for instance, now a partner at Smith, Gambrell & Russell in Atlanta, said the economic shutdown initially crippled her mediation practice.

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