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The addition of Allegory allows Integreon to extend its growing lead in the discovery space and, for the first time, provide a true end-to-end solution for legal departments and outside counsel for managing the entire case and all of discovery, not just the document discovery piece, said Bob Rowe, CEO of Integreon.
29 November 2017 - New York, US-based legal services supplier Integreon has acquired New York-based litigation management software provider Allegory to enhance litigation management and discovery solutions with technology, the company said.
Allegorical Thackeray: Secularised Allegory in Thackeray's Major Novels
Allegory secured a position more superior to those of other rhetorics in the process of disseminating doctrines in the Middle Ages.
Plato's Cave is a dive bar in this allegory of an allegory, where love, loss, and motherhood force a bartender to come of age.
First, I problematize the contemporary scholarly distinction between typology and allegory, seeing it as supporting an often unwarranted anxiety about ancient allegorical practice.
Huron Legal has expanded its litigation management services through an alliance with Allegory Law, a provider of web-based litigation management software, in order to create a tool that enables lawyers to better organize and analyze the critical facts of a case.
Summary: Huron Legal has expanded its litigation management services through an alliance with Allegory Law, a provider of web-based litigation management software, in order to create .
George Orwell's classic 1945 novel Animal Farm, a political allegory about how one dictatorship in Russia was replaced by another, will be the source material used in the learning activities below.
An Allegory of Divine Love offers the first art-historical analysis of the Canticum Canticorum, Latin for Song of Songs, as an independent work of art of the highest caliber: rather than the end of a long Gothic tradition, it is revealed as a major work of Early Renaissance art, full of beautiful compositions, original ideas, and an intellectual challenge to a devoted, reading public.
The local firm Allegory was given a brief with a dual agenda when it was asked to design Rooftop 42, a restaurant in a high-end district of Geneva, Switzerland.
Melaney's complex comparative study depends on a number of theoretical moving parts, including philosophy of language, aesthetics, modernism, materiality, and the distinction he maintains between traditional allegory and allegorical works of modernist literature.