It is said that justice delayed is justice denied. Unfortunately, the current need for social distancing and prohibitions against public gatherings or travel has closed court houses, continued trials and canceled hearings, depositions and otherwise delayed the timely resolution of lawsuits. This “brave new world” circumstance, added to the issue of already crowded dockets and the recent retirement of experienced judges, does not bode well for the efficient administration of justice in the near term.
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