In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted our world. People sheltered at home, while businesses and governments faced competing priorities of protecting constituents and keeping the economy afloat. Courts shut down, leaving disputes unresolved, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practitioners were forced to conduct mediations and arbitrations virtually.
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