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WHAT’S IN A NAME – Despite the recent announcement by law firm Wiley that it was swapping out its .com web domain for .law, the latter designation hasn’t caught on among law firms. As Victoria Hudgins reports, most firms have stuck with .com because of already-established brand recognition. But the .law designation, which has the cybersecurity advantage of requiring users to verify they have a bar license, is expected to gain traction especially if more firms, like Wiley, shorten their name and are unable to get a .com designation because it’s already taken.

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