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Toronto Attorneys and Toronto Lawyers: go to Dynamic Legal Forms to make a post of your legal issue(s) and have Toronto Attorneys and Toronto Lawyers respond with information and quotes. What’s the difference between “Attorney” and “Lawyer”? Well, in Ontario, people who have studied law in law school, passed the Bar Admissions test, and have […]

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Why have lawyers and law firms been slow to take advantage of the opportunities presented by technology and the Internet to promote themselves to prospective clients? Why do lawyers feel that they just need to put up a website for the sake of saying they have a website? Putting up a website alone doesn’t guarantee […]

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It’s probably safe to suggest that most ordinary Torontonians do not personally know or have immediate access to a lawyer to help resolve their legal issues. Rather, they may depend on their friends, colleagues, or other professionals they do know (e.g. bankers, accountants, consultants, real estate agents, insurance agents, paralegals, other lawyers they know, etc.) […]

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One of Ross Kodner’s 30+ law and technology predictions for 2009 includes lawyers becoming so desperate for business that they start auctioning their services on eBay. Obviously, for lawyers to offer their services in this manner will reflect the increasing commoditization of their services. It is perhaps those lawyers engaged in high volume transactional work […]

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