More Details From Alma Asay On Her Move To Crowell & Moring Leading Practice Innovation

Earlier this week, I reported that Alma Asay, the former litigator who founded the litigation management platform Allegory Law, has joined the law firm Crowell & Moring as senior director of practice innovation and client value. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to catch up with Asay and learn more about why she made the move and what her role will be.
Asay had been a litigator at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher when she launched Allegory in 2012 as one of the first cloud-based litigation management platforms. When Allegory was purchased by Integreon in 2017, she became its chief innovation officer. In March 2020, Asay moved to Litera, where she was a domain expert and advisor to clients on litigation.
Why She Made the Move
I started our conversation by asking her why she wanted to make the move to Crowell.
Asay said she was not someone who “ran away screaming from big law,” and had always thought of returning to


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30 under $25: A collection of good hidden gem games from Steam’s Summer Sale

Enlarge / Paper Beast. (credit: Pixel Reed, PID Games)
The latest rendition of Steam’s annual Summer Sale has been underway for about a week now, and, as usual, it’s discounted virtually everything on the PC games store. But while the Halos, Grand Theft Autos, and other mega-hits of the world may get the most front-page attention, the sheer breadth of the sale means that a truckload of lesser-known but more-than-worthwhile games have dropped to more approachable prices as well. To assist those who’d like to expand their interactive palate, I’ve rounded up a collection of recent under-the-radar games that are both worth your time and nicely discounted.
To be clear, this list isn’t comprehensive. There are several thousand games on sale, and, unfortunately, we can’t play everything. (As always, feel free to share your own recommendations below.) Definitions of “under-the-radar” may differ, but the vast majority of this list consists of games we haven’t covered


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