A group of investment banks have put the issue of a standard generic extranet platform firmly back on the agenda.
The notion of a standard, generic extranet platform as a secure and reliable means of communication between law firms and their clients is nothing new. No client wants to deal with a large number of different extranets, each with its own log-on, any more than a lawyer in private practice would tolerate having to communicate through a similar number of systems, each specific to a single client.
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