Thomas Fleming is an old-school librarian who has learned a few new tricks. The director of information resources management at Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro, Fleming is just as likely to be researching the credit ratings of prospective clients-helping the firm decide whether it should take them on, or ask for a bigger retainer-as he is to be tracking down treatises on tax law. "Historically, 90 percent of the information we dealt with was legal-related, now it's about 50 percent," says Fleming. "We'
Beyond the Books
The American Lawyer
July 1, 2006
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