David P. Hendel

David’s legal career began as an Honors Attorney with the U.S. Postal Service General Counsel’s office, where he reviewed contracts, […]
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Peter Cassat

Peter Cassat is a seasoned corporate lawyer who focuses his practice on commercial contracts, corporate transactions, and governance and compliance […]
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Andrew E. Mishkin

In the procurement area, Mr. Mishkin has represented governmental and private entities in procurement design and implementation, including development of […]
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Scott W. Stevenson

Scott Stevenson represents clients with respect to their strategic enterprise transactions, including domestic and offshore sourcing and procurement initiatives, alliances […]
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Ernest M. Stern

Ernest Stern’s Corporate and Securities practice includes the representation of public and private emerging companies, many of which are technology […]
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Kristen N. Geyer

Kristen Geyer’s senior-level experience has provided opportunities to serve clients in London, Brussels, Washington DC, New York and Texas as she […]
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James L. Young

Jim Young is a versatile and effective outsourced general counsel and corporate generalist. He is a qualified arbitrator and mediator […]
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Linda V. Priebe

Linda Priebe, CIPP/EU, joined Culhane Meadows directly from her role as Deputy General Counsel and Agency Ethics Official in the […]
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James E. Meadows

Jim Meadows brings more than 30 years of experience focused almost exclusively on technology transactions and related legal matters. He […]
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