Attorneys, kept away from courtrooms nationwide, are adjusting on the fly. Courts across the country have ordered oral arguments to be conducted remotely because of the coronavirus outbreak, using video, phone conferencing, and other technologies. William Jay, partner in and co-chair of Goodwin’s Appellate Litigation practice, also stood when it was his turn to speak during a recent Federal Circuit hearing done over the phone, according to a recent LinkedIn post he wrote about the experience. Read the article in Bloomberg Law here.
In The Press April 23, 2020