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June 01, 2007

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Carlos Leyva

Rick,

I have been looking at the "Enterprise Wiki" space as a potential solution for a similar problem regarding "matter management." Law firms are now more than dipping their toes into the Wiki space. A global UK firm has already rolled out a Wiki based solution. The offering you described above appears to be more specifically tailored to a law practice (a good thing. The principal downside I see to a Wiki solution (in addition to the ubiquitous people resist change problem) is that you have to "roll your own" matter management system. Any thoughts? Do you see the described solution eventually replacing Amicus for matter management?

John Hochfelder

Are you still using LexBe and what's your opinion now?

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