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March 2020. At first, I thought — we all thought — mediations will have to be put on hold until we can do them “in person.” It quickly became apparent that doing anything in person would involve risk and adhering to stringent protocols. The courts were on hold, and if the practice of law were to continue, the litigation world could not remain on hold too. We couldn’t wait around for everything to get back to “normal” in the courts.

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