Given the vast array of resources and tools available for business intelligence, one can easily succumb to severe information overload. Personal injury to one’s wallet is also a danger, in that it’s possible to incur hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars in online expenses in very short order.

Law firms today, particularly those occupying the middle market, are under increasing pressure to control spending on online resources. Leaner staffs frequently play a major role as well. At the same time, firms must be able to spot trends and anticipate new opportunities and challenges on the horizon. As a result, there are compelling reasons to take advantage of resources that are less likely to cause strain on firm budgets.

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