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Courts shutdown shows virtual opportunities and challenges for US judges and litigators

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Texas and California judges and lawyers weigh in on remote hearings, how counsel can cut travel time but may stifle non-verbal communication, and on the likelihood of continuing virtually after COVID-19

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