Expected and Unexpected Tech Trends of 2013

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Well, well, well — our little blue ball is still spinning around the sun. So much for that prediction. So now that that it's a safe bet that there will be a LegalTech New York 2013, we thought it might be fun to forecast the future. Law Technology News polled a bunch of folks and asked, "What do you predict will be the most unexpected legal technology development or trend in 2013, and why?"

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