Courts across the world are facing huge levels of disruption as a result of COVID-19. The State of Florida alone has reported a projected backlog of over 990,000 cases. Such delays have a serious impact for all parties involved, making it imperative for courts to consider a different approach and fast.

Courts must ask whether the technology systems they have in place today, often built 20-25 years ago, remain fit for purpose—especially when cloud-based technology solutions now exist that can deliver dramatic efficiency gains and improved collaboration for teams of people working either on site or remotely.

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