Like all businesses, law firms have been forced to accelerate their plans for technology transformation in the wake of the global pandemic. Having your entire workforce go remote virtually overnight has a way of doing that. As our collective recovery picks up steam, law firms are learning quickly about which changes are likely to stick around as a better way of doing business, partner Alan Winchester told the Rochester Business Journal in a recent interview. For example, virtual court conferences for shorter, more routine matters can save time and money across the board and contribute to efficiencies in the system. “The ability to work more collaboratively is awesome,” Winchester told the RBJ.