“Y2K may prove ‘Y2Pay’ if CEOs don’t take the time to get their own company, and those who service their company, Year 2000 compliant,” said James A. Pabarue, who directs the Y2K practice at Christie, Pabarue, Mortensen and Young.

Pabarue suggests that businesses, including law firms, take a broad look at Y2K compliance to insure that they can perform their various services or get out their products. He suggests checking on the compliance of all suppliers and making appropriate contingency plans.

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