Joseph Flom is probably not the guy you would turn to for technical support. The computer on his desk doesn’t get much use. His assistant sorts through his e-mail. At age 75, the patriarch of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom occasionally surfs the Web, but he’s more likely to pick up the phone and find the answer to his question. “I get frustrated by the amount of time it takes to find something on the Internet,” Flom says.

Not so frustrated, however, that he doesn’t realize the Net’s investment potential. For the past few years, one of Flom’s avocations has been investing in Internet companies. His most recent target is Dallas’ JusticeLink, Inc., one of a handful of companies offering electronic filing of court documents.

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