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batye
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batye,
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12/8/2015 | 12:16:47 AM
Re: Less covered elsewhere
thank you :)
LisaMorgan
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LisaMorgan,
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12/7/2015 | 11:12:38 AM
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Thanks!   Hope she enjoyed it.
LisaMorgan
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12/7/2015 | 11:11:51 AM
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Thank you for your kind words.  :-)
batye
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batye,
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12/5/2015 | 5:27:08 PM
thank you interesting reading
@Lisa Morgan thank you interesting reading... 
batye
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batye,
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12/5/2015 | 4:55:30 PM
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same on my end - thank you, I forwarded all this good info to my paralegal friend... 
batye
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batye,
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12/5/2015 | 4:53:59 PM
Re: Astounding amount of paperwork
@kstaron, I could mot agree more 

I think at the end it will make everyones job easy, plus saving paper saves trees :)
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nasimson,
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12/3/2015 | 8:40:01 AM
Less covered elsewhere
Lisa Thanks for an awesome piece. It captures the techno legal aspects crisply on which information is not usually available elsewhere. I'm going to share this with my lawyer wife
kstaron
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11/30/2015 | 9:11:26 AM
Astounding amount of paperwork
The sheer amount of paperwork this can eliminate is astounding. Getting things down to just a 100 pages of relevant information would make a lawyer's job so much easier. And while I am a bit creeped out by the Ipad litigation demand idea, I really like that we can have the transparency this allows in the judicial system.
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11/30/2015 | 8:20:06 AM
Data, Lawyers, And IT: How They’re Connected
I think these legal observations are accurate. I agree that clients don't want to pay more for tedious tasks. Most of them insist on more pricing options and hybrid fee arrangements. 

 

Ilina Rejeva,

LegalTrek, https://legaltrek.com


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