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Remote Court Hearings: Present Practice and Future Prospects
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Remote court hearings have become a familiar feature during the COVID-19 pandemic that spread throughout the world beginning in late 2019. As noted by the authors of this guide, however — who include two bankruptcy judges, business and consumer bankruptcy practitioners, and a clerk in one of the busiest bankruptcy courts in the United States — they have brought both challenges and some unexpected salient features. All of the contributors to this brief guide expect some form of remote court hearings to stay. With that in mind, American Bankruptcy Institute offers this guide for free, and also invites you to visit their online resource site devoted to remote court hearings at bkremotehearings.abi.org.
|Author||Hon. Hannah L. Blumentstiel, Hon. M. Elaine Hammond, Veronica D. Brown-Moseley, Una M. O'Boyle, and David J. Richardson|