Paying for things has become more complicated as cash and checks have been augmented by credit, debit and stored-value cards, online payments and, now, transactions via mobile phones. As with many complicated things, lawyers are involved.

Alston & Bird has added five lawyers to its payment systems practice since February, for a total of 13. The firm recruited Clifford S. Stanford from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as counsel in May.

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