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The court shutdown in New York was as essential as it was unprecedented. The urgent need to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19 took vital precedence over procedural, legalistic concerns. But now, with the state slowly reopening, the legal community must confront the complications that have arisen from the shutdown. Clients want answers, and it will be up to judges and lawyers together to rebuild and re-center a system that has been sharply disrupted.

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