In a short space of time, the operations of Canada’s courts have dramatically changed. Juggling multiple screens, managing electronic materials, and navigating the nuances of interpersonal dynamics over Zoom are just some of the new realities.
What can we learn from the first few months in the “new normal” of litigation? What does it mean for those considering their current strategies? Our litigators share their work-from-home conversation on:
- their recent experiences in the virtual realm;
- important technology considerations when preparing for court appearances;
- what these changes mean for your strategy in approaching litigation; and
- what we might expect to change when courts are able to re-open.
Play the video below to watch their informal discussion:
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