Although the advent of technology has its plus points, firms must be careful not to overlook its potential drawbacks. Milan Vjestica offers a guide on how to protect your firm from a new breed of criminal
On the 10th anniversary of cyberspace, e-mail and the internet have become integrated into every aspect of work and personal life. Business communication through e-mail is fast, easy and, more importantly, cheap. Law firms increasingly enjoying a paperless working environment.
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