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NEW APPROACH – Imagine this:  A legal market that competes on the quality of outcomes rather than the quantity of effort. That radical notion, Roy Strom reports, is the direction that legal departments and—often begrudgingly—law firms are moving. But first, the industry needs a reliable data-tracking system that works. But how? Baseball, “fingerprints” and coding hold some of the answers.

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