The pandemic year has been a profound disruption in the business of litigation. Lawyers have hunkered down working from home. Courthouses have shut and moved into virtual spaces. Clients have been on a business roller coaster. What does all this mean for the present and future of the legal business? What will emerge for litigators as the pandemic lifts? Are we looking at a return to pre-pandemic lawyer world or will life and the practice of law be fundamentally altered? Veteran New York City business litigator John Siegal will offer observations and lead a conversation about litigating in a global pandemic and the impending move back to the (office) future.