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Most people called to serve on juries regularly use the internet to transact business, conduct research, and carry out daily activities. Jurors can now travel the information autobahn virtually unfet
In e-commerce, speed is a job requirement. As time pressures build, it's surprising how many people overlook the time-slashing options waiting on their desktops. Business lawyer Stanley P. Jakiewicz
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