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There are two types of law firms: those that have experienced a disaster, and those that will. “Disaster” for a law firm is not a question of if, but rather of when. The only unknowns are the type of disaster, when it will occur, and how bad it will be. Hurricanes or disease epidemics are disasters, but so too are a burst water pipes or computer system meltdowns to the unprepared.

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