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Richard Granat–the creator of MyLawyer.com, SmartLegalForms and the People’s Law Library of Maryland–has joined Intraspexion, a new artificial-intelligence software company, as a strategic adviser. At 77, Richard Granat does not fit the stereotype of a startup entrepreneur. However, he says, although there may be bias against older entrepreneurs, his experience is a benefit, not a detraction.

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Published: March 14, 2018
Podcast: ABA Journal: Legal Rebels
Category: Access to Justice , Legal Technology
ABA Journal: Legal Rebels
ABA Journal: Legal Rebels

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