Today, e-mail is as second nature to most attorneys and law offices as sending a letter or fax. Hardly anyone ever thinks twice about sending, receiving or even thinking about the content they put into the average e-mail message. Most even think a step further and really think that an e-mail is just like a conversation, i.e., once it’s over the conversation ceases to exist.
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