Q: A solo attorney, with a very high-end, sophisticated intellectual property practice, comes to you, and says, “I’ve had it with my obsolete equipment. I spend half my time on airplanes. I’m prepared to spend $10,000. Turn me into a mobile lawyer.”

Let’s assume this lawyer has a state-of-the-art office system, based on Windows XP, and has one paralegal and an office manager. How would you recommend she spend her money?

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