A proposed rule to allow the use of videoconferencing for some Commercial Division proceedings could make life a lot easier for attorneys and their clients, lawyers said this week.

The Administrative Board of the Courts announced Aug. 1 that it is seeking public comment on the proposal from the Commercial Division Advisory Council, which would permit attorneys to ask the court’s permission to participate in conferences and oral arguments from afar, using videoconferencing or other technologies.

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