Yes, the idea of going paperless—or at least paper-lite—is starting to take hold at law firms of many sizes. However, the drivers to complete this transition for many law firms are different. For most, it’s a matter of internal efficiency, looking to get all of the firm’s information in one easily-accessible place. For others, it’s a matter of ease of use, and looking to be on the same software and document submission platforms as clients.
But for some, there is an entirely different reason to pick up a “paperless” software solution that may not jump out at many firms immediately: security.
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