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What does Project Virtual Attorney mean for employment law?

Mike Fox wonders aloud after reading the Bruce MacEwen post I blogged yesterday, Moore's Law vs. Flesh & Blood. "Outsourcing and the law -- or is that lawyers?" Fox asks.

MacEwen wrote:

"Cisco and DuPont, together with FMC and Clorox, are developing a "virtual lawyer" to provide automated online responses to routine legal questions concerning, for example, human resource policies.  And lest you think they're all alone out there on the early-adopter curve, they plan to license this tool to all comers..."

What do you think?

Posted by Laurel Newby on March 22, 2005 at 05:05 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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