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The American Bar Association (Chicago, IL) has published The Year 2000 Problem and the Legal Profession: Managing The Risk, a volume that includes information on potential Y2K issues and problems and their suggested solutions. Described as a supplement to Risk Management: Survival Tools for Law Firms, published in 1995, the new volume is designed to help law firms assess its level of risk, improve client relations and avoid mistakes. Part I of the book provides basic information and descriptions on Y2K problems. Part II includes a questionnaire designed to help firms identify specific Y2K compliance problems and Part III includes answers and solutions for those problems identified in Part II. The publication costs $30.
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Date:Nov 30, 1998
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