What's in a name? Inspired by a recent Mashable post looking at the origins of prominent, yet mysteriously named, social media companies such as Twitter, I sought to decipher the corporate names of nine prominent legal technology companies. These are not companies with founders as namesakes (e.g., Levit & James). These companies' monikers beg the question: Why are they named that? It's not that the names are necessarily hard to pronounce or illogical, it's that they're what ... [MORE]
From Aderant to ZyLab: What's in a Name?
Law Technology News
September 8, 2011
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