Recently, Am Law 200 law firm Wiley not only shortened its name, but also swapped its .com web domain for .law.
While Wiley’s domain move is uncommon in the legal industry, observers say it will likely become a necessity as law firms attempt to assure clients’ potential cybersecurity concerns and rebrand themselves.
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