Digital Dictations: How the other half live
No-one could have predicted the way in which digital dictation practices have taken off during the past few years, but why are firms in some countries still slow to embrace it? Kieran Flatt takes a look
Before digital dictation came along, there might not have been a new technology with such universal appeal to lawyers of all shapes, sizes, shades and colours since the introduction of the tape-recording dictaphone. But it has not always been held in such high regard.
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