Apple Computer may dominate the market for portable music players, but there’s one market it still hasn’t cracked: the lawyers. According to the most recent American Bar Association survey, the percentage of attorneys who use Apple computers has yet to break out of the single digits.

Now the Mac maker has taken another hit. In November, LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell launched an enhanced version of Lawyer Locator, its online legal directory, that doesn’t work with Safari, Apple’s Web browser.

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