Live Trials During the COVID-19 Pandemic: What’s Changed?

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As courts across the country begin resuming jury trials, litigators returning to in-person proceedings must be prepared for the myriad logistical considerations brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic — from mask-wearing and physical distancing to the placement of witnesses and use of exhibits. In this program, Carlton Fields appellate attorneys Matt Conigliaro and James Parker-Flynn discuss their experience participating in live jury trials during COVID-19 and offer insights and lessons learned for effective trial advocacy post-COVID.
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