Tribunals shift to Zoom, but some manage better than others

Virtual hearings are widespread, but a disparity has emerged on which tribunals were better prepared

Tribunals shift to Zoom, but some manage better than others
Paul Aterman is the chairman of the Social Security Tribunal of Canada.
Tim Wilbur

Administrative law practitioners say they are settling into a new landscape of virtual trials and Zoom calls as they work to have their clients’ disputes settled, but the pandemic has also highlighted the disparity in responsiveness for tribunals across the country. 

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