Virtual Litigation in a COVID World

Virtual Litigation in a COVID World

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Christopher Noyes discusses with the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU Law and fellow litigators, as well as judges and in-house counsel, how COVID-19 is impacting IP litigation. Guests talked about how they used to see the world, how things have changed and how those things may remain changed after the pandemic passes. The episode captures a moment in the late spring and early summer of 2020 when things have been different long enough to understand some of the changes, but not long enough to fully appreciate the impacts of those differences.

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