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  • Perhaps the key is compromise and in fact involves a "real use" of technology. It's not the document processing that is worth a premium, rather the content of that document. So, if a lawyer embraced document automation, thereby maintaining the high quality content, while reducing the time spent on "processing," both the law firm and the client win.

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  • Personal touch is only valued by private clients and SMEs. Banks and insitutions dont give a rats arse about personalities. They just want the deal done, and done well.

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  • corporations generally behave like psychopaths unanswerable to no one face to face and therefore devoid of a sense of moral or ethical prodding when it comes to the client-that is unless of course the personal touch is maintained and upheld as central to the modus operandi. i suspect OC maintain this

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