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(Some Guy)   Could lawyers be replaced by clever computer algorithms? "But it's not just about sticking it to lawyers," they say. But that's the best part, obviously   (nfsleasing.com) divider line 5
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2012-10-02 02:28:51 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I'm just a caveman. Your world frightens and confuses me! Sometimes the honking horns of your traffic make me want to get out of my BMW.. and run off into the hills, or wherever.. Sometimes when I get a message on my iPhone, I wonder: "Did little demons get inside and type it?" I don't know! My primitive mind can't grasp these concepts. But there is one thing I do know - a man that has a machine for an attorney has no case!
2012-10-02 02:49:54 PM
1 votes:
They should let WATSON take the bar and see how well it scores.
2012-10-02 02:18:20 PM
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Rik01: It was bound to come to this. Lawyers made the language of the law so convoluted and confusing that average folks had to pay them to understand it. A win-win situation for them.

Try reading all of that fine print on a charge card application or statement, which basically says 'we reserve the right to screw you out of as much money as we can possibly get away with.'

Between distorting the truth, hiding client favoring conditions in obscuring text and finding all sorts of new ways to sue the krap out of everyone for fun and profit, now they offer a service to explain the mess they made.

For a fee.


One day I'm going to cross out a bunch the fine print on the card offers, put in my own terms, send it back and if they send me a card I'm off and running.
2012-10-02 01:07:25 PM
1 votes:
It was bound to come to this. Lawyers made the language of the law so convoluted and confusing that average folks had to pay them to understand it. A win-win situation for them.

Try reading all of that fine print on a charge card application or statement, which basically says 'we reserve the right to screw you out of as much money as we can possibly get away with.'

Between distorting the truth, hiding client favoring conditions in obscuring text and finding all sorts of new ways to sue the krap out of everyone for fun and profit, now they offer a service to explain the mess they made.

For a fee.
2012-10-02 12:44:50 PM
1 votes:
Computers will never be as creatively devious and evil as a human lawyer can be
 
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