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There is an old – and unfair – stereotype of the legal profession as stoic and Luddite; avoiding technology until the last possible minute. Today, this picture is deeply undeserved, for several reasons: Technology has permeated every part of corporate activity. Therefore it’s pretty hard to manage anything but the simplest of legal matters without […]

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