Marriage between siblings is illegal, and marriage between cousins is frowned upon. But what about half-siblings? That’s the question that presents itself in the proposed merger between JusticeLink and CourtLink.

JusticeLink lets lawyers file court documents over the Web, while CourtLink lets lawyers retrieve court files over the Web. The companies share a common owner, Internet Capital Group. Now they want to share a common future.

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