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The coronavirus pandemic has caused an increased level of activity related to the invocation of force majeure clauses, rental disputes, health care accommodations and parenting plan modifications. Legal practitioners are helping landlords, tenants, people with illnesses and parents to deal with obstacles. These obstacles have forced people to adjust their typical routines. Consequently, mediators will be called upon to assist with these novel processes, and they should be mindful of issues that can arise during these extraordinary times. Below are four examples.

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