Conducting Trials Post Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented challenges for New York’s state and federal courts. The conduct of trials, in particular, presented significant challenges in terms of how to safely and effectively allow parties to have their day “in court,” leading to what will likely be lasting changes in how trials are handled in New York courts.

Schlam Stone & Dolan partner Jolene F. LaVigne-Albert and Counsel Seth D. Allen sat down for a discussion of their experience conducting trials remotely and See more +

The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented challenges for New York’s state and federal courts. The conduct of trials, in particular, presented significant challenges in terms of how to safely and effectively allow parties to have their day “in court,” leading to what will likely be lasting changes in how trials are handled in New York courts.

Schlam Stone & Dolan partner Jolene F. LaVigne-Albert and Counsel Seth D. Allen sat down for a discussion of their experience conducting trials remotely and in-person since March 2020. In this six-part series, they discuss the unique challenges and opportunities presented by trials in the COVID-19 era, tips on effective strategies for conducting and avoiding pitfalls in remote trials, and other unique issues presented by conducting trials during the pandemic, whether remotely or in-person.

In the first part of this six-part series, Jolene and Seth introduce their experiences with trials since March 2020 and highlight some of the key issues to consider when a case is proceeding to a trial in this new era, whether remotely or in-person. See less -

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