Bloomberg Law writes, “Courts across the country have ordered oral arguments to be conducted remotely because of the coronavirus outbreak, using video, phone conferencing, and other technologies. With so much more at stake than during a routine staff meeting, attorneys are anxious about arguing from their home offices.”

Director Robert E. Sokohl was quoted in the article, “Remote Court Arguments Pose Challenges, New Routines for Lawyers,” published by Bloomberg Law. Many hearings continue via teleconference, despite technical difficulties and Rob’s observation that, “‘You lose that closeness you have to people when you’re in the same room.'”