So far, September has been a busy month for legal technology professionals. With many making moves to refocus their skills on emerging industry demands, recent career moves offer glimpses on how the market is coming to be defined. Here’s a look at four recent moves and what they show about the current Industry.

Damon Goduto, ThreadKM

For all the focus on e-discovery and cybersecurity, today’s legal tech market is also driven by a more fundamental factor: the need for streamlined collaboration. While many meet this need by using technologies like Excel spreadsheets and email, companies are betting these attorneys are ready for an update.

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