Law360, New York (November 23, 2015, 4:29 PM EST) -- People are turning to apps for everything from banking to grocery shopping, and some law firms have gotten in on the trend with branded apps available to clients or the general public. But producing apps could lead to risks, like creating unintended attorney-client relationships or simply wasting resources on useless products.
Some law firms have already released their own apps, serving as extensions of their knowledge base content, such as blog posts and websites, or as part of fee-based product suites. Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC's Maria Anastas approached the firm about developing an app to aid employers during...
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