Legal tech companies largely decline to publicly share usage data. But some say continuing the status quo may have long-term effects that stifle startups and hinder greater legal tech adoption.

Many legal tech company won’t share usage data details to avoid losing a competitive advantage. While every company must decide what information they are willing to share, they should provide some metrics, argued PacerPro COO Anna McGrane.

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