Remote hearing capabilities are accelerating to meet the pandemic challenges, says Ricky Cella

The covid-19 outbreak has drastically changed the way individuals, businesses and entire industries operate in a short space of time. The business of dispute resolution and the administration of justice have not been immune to these developments. Clients, litigators, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) providers and HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) have all rapidly increased their remote working and hearings capabilities. 

In many cases, the adoption of new technology and different ways of working will have a lasting effect. Existing plans have been accelerated and new approaches identified, and accepted, because of the challenges presented by covid-19. Courts and tribunals In March, HMCTS, the UK LawTech Delivery Pane...

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