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LEGAL TECH NEWSLETTER

April 2013

Technology and Other People-Driven Endeavors

By Alan Feller

Social networking has become the primary means of sharing knowledge and information for increasing numbers of individuals and organizations. Traditionally, businesses and law firms especially have been more concerned with the potential risks of adopting social network models into their workflows than with the potential profit-impacting benefits on their organizations.

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