The landscape of civil justice has changed rapidly in very short time. The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has an impact on civil cases on a global scale that could be characterised as unprecedented. Numerous countries across the globe are facing the question how to enable courts to cope with civil cases in these strange times. Do courts proceed as usual? If not, which cases are dealt with, and how? And perhaps: will the current situation teach us something for the post-pandemic period (which we are all hoping for)?