The Mistakes Lawyers Make When Copying And Pasting

Law360, New York (February 23, 2017, 11:34 AM EST) -- There is no denying that we attorneys are increasingly time-pressed. And no one disputes that we are all entitled to a vacation. There was a time when taking a vacation meant being truly unavailable, with the "out-of-office message" having real meaning. Today, thanks to iPhones, improved cell service and demands from similarly armed clients with time-sensitive demands, whether attorneys are in the Gobi Desert, on Easter Island, on the golf course, staring out at the Atlantic Ocean or sitting in their own backyard, they can send and reply to emails, and draft or review documents as attachments or links. Actually achieving...

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