Maker of Keyboard for Lawyers Eyes Resale Agreement, Second Product

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says. He and others at the company hope its second product will be compatible with Apple computers.

Having a legal background allowed Potts to keep his startup costs down.

“I did a lot of the work myself in consultation with friends,” he says. “I’m not a corporate lawyer. But frankly, it’s not that complicated.”

Pro-Boards is considering creating keyboards for other professions, such as physicians, accountants, and engineers, Potts says.

Asked if he thinks he might make enough money from sales of LegalBoard and other Pro-Boards products that he could stop practicing law, Potts shakes his head.

“I didn’t want to grow up to be a keyboard salesman,” he says. “I don’t have any intention to leave my day job. I like being a lawyer.”

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