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Posted on: May 17, 2017

Technology is evolving at a staggering pace—much faster than most law firms can accomplish or pay to accomplish. It used to be that a firm faced with a large quantity of documents to review could hire the necessary contract lawyers and accomplish the job. Eventually, clients pushed back against the expense, and the e-discovery vendor world was born.

In the past, law firms tried to woo clients with technology. The problem was that a client would have to access its matters through separate portals at all the law firms it was using. Flash-forward to document management and document creation.

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