The last few weeks have brought unprecedented change to the world—the legal world no exception. Offices and courts are closed. Court conferences and depositions are adjourned. Attorneys settle into remote-work environments. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the legal and business landscape for the foreseeable future, and no one can say with any certainty how long these changes will last.

But for many of our clients—especially plaintiffs or other parties pursuing litigation to recover money or otherwise change the status quo—sitting on the sideline while the coronavirus crisis runs its course is not an option. Indeed, while the inevitable delay caused by office and court closures and social-distancing protocols will benefit some litigants, for others, forward progress is more important now than ever.

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