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Tide Rises on Lawyers' Duty of Tech Competence

The wave started five years ago when the American Bar Association approved a new rule of professional conduct requiring lawyers to be technology competent. As Nebraska has recently adopted the rule, the competency wave has crested and is about to break. Now, twenty eight states have raised the bar......
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