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26 July 2011 By Reynolds Holding

Attorneys claim LegalZoom practices law without a license. The real beef may be that it’s more costeffective than they are. If lawyers have a legitimate case against the U.S. online provider of basic documents, which may soon go public, they should make it in the marketplace.

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