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Americans are no stranger to calamitous events—whether human-induced (e.g., the 2008 financial crisis) or nature-induced (e.g., Superstorm Sandy)—and the immediate, and often long-term, changes which result. Currently, we face a disastrous pandemic not experienced by generations of Americans and it is causing profound changes in virtually every facet of life—health, personal mobility, business disruption, financial hardship, etc. The aim of this series of articles is to explore the numerous and varied procedural changes occurring in the legal system and to attempt to project those that may persist, even if in modified form, once the emergency is declared over.