The global coronavirus pandemic has lawyers across the nation turning to online virtual platforms to keep their cases moving forward. Completing depositions via platforms such as Google Meet or Zoom has quickly become the norm.

Also, with the return of jury trials any time soon remaining suspect, there has also been an increase in litigants turning to ADR proceedings to resolve their matters, whether it be by binding arbitrations or nonbinding mediations. The pandemic has also kept litigants away from in-person ADR proceedings, with the preference being to complete such proceedings remotely. 

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