It makes sense that attorneys who advise e-commerce ventures as part of their regular practice would try putting technology to use to manage law firms. And it makes sense that they’d be the ones to succeed.

As technology continues to permeate our society, use of radio frequency identification (RFID) equipment is spreading far beyond tracking 18-wheelers cross country, or products and parts moving in and out of warehouses — or, for that matter, stray cattle, pets or misplaced car keys.

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