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Legal Technology From The Client’s Perspective: Good And Bad – New Technology

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Taft partner Matt Albaugh authored the article “Legal
technology from the client’s perspective: Good and bad,”
which was published in the Indiana Lawyer  on
Aug. 3. The article highlights several cases where Albaugh has
found different aspects of technology to be advantageous to him and
his clients and how to be efficient when using them.

To read the full article, please click here (subscription required).

Albaugh helps companies and non-profits navigate through the
challenges of high-stakes product liability and commercial
litigation, regulatory compliance and investigations by federal and
state regulators, and corporate governance. He also has
extensive experience in the area of toxic torts, medical devices,
and personal injury defense.

Originally Published by Indiana Lawyer, 03 August

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