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FRUSTRATING –  Lawyers are experiencing technology headaches as more are working from their homes due to COVID-19. As Victoria Hudgins reports, IT challenges, in addition to child care duties and cramped quarters for some attorneys, are complicating daily workflow and disrupting billing. Some lawyers are working for firms or companies that don’t have enough quality laptops to go around, while others are toiling on rickety VPN connections.  

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