With fewer than 10 percent of attorneys using Macs, Apple Computer has yet to seriously crack the legal market. In another hit to Apple, LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell's updated Lawyer Locator doesn't work with Apple's Safari browser. Martindale's Joe Douress says making the site Safari-compatible would have delayed its launch by two months and, because its tracking stats indicate less than 1 percent of visitors use Safari, "it wasn't that hard of a decision." Critics dispute the 1 percent figure.
Mac Users Miss Out on Legal Tech Options
The American Lawyer
March 7, 2006
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