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January 2000
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Helping Strong Lawyers Survive and Prosper
Web-based application service providers will change legal technology, from billing to IT staffing.
By Don Murray

THERE'S NO doubt about it: The application of Internet technology to the legal industry will fundamentally improve the business of practicing law. Lawyers who learn to embrace the new paradigm will prosper; those who do not, may perish.

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Corel Corp., of Ottawa, and FutureLink Corp., of Irvine, Calif., have announced a pilot project to host WordPerfect 2000 over the Web on a subscription basis.

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