Kelly Culhane is guest on Ivy Slaters’ Her Success Story podcast to discuss women in law.

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner Kelly Culhane recently spoke with Ivy Slater of Slater Success Coaching for an episode of Her Success Story on the topic of women and the law, navigating the pandemic, work/life balance, and our love of tech when connecting with p
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Dan Struck featured in an article by InformationWeek: New $45M Cyber Catastrophe Bond

Culhane Meadows’ Chicago partner Daniel Struck was recently quoted in an article for InformationWeek which discusses a first-of-its-kind $45 million cyber catastrophe bond and what it means for the the cyber insurance market.
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Harve Linder: Guidelines For a Safe and Appropriate Holiday Party

Harve Linder from our Employment & Labor team at Culhane Meadows PLLC provides important guidelines for a safe and appropriate holiday party.
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Co-Founder Heather Haughian featured in an article by Dark Reading about Cyber Due Diligence in M&As

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner Heather Haughian was recently featured in an article by Dark Reading which discusses the importance of cybersecurity due diligence in mergers and acquisitions.
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Sekou Campbell: Partnership Tips For Cos. And Celebs After Ye-Adidas Fallout

Culhane Meadows’ Philadelphia partner Sekou Campbell recently authored an article published on Law360 which discusses what creatives and brands can learn from Kayne West’s fallout with Adidas.
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Sekou Campbell featured in an article by Forage: What Is Entertainment Law?

Culhane Meadows’ Philadelphia partner Sekou Campbell was recently featured in an article for Forage which discusses entertainment law as a career.
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Scott Greenberg was a panelist for TECHNOECONOMICS 2022: Global IP Strategic Planning, IP Monetization and Trade

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Scott Greenberg was a panelist for TECHNOECONOMICS 2022 – 5th Annual Symposium on Global IP Strategic Planning, IP Monetization and Trade. This panel took place on Monday, October 3rd.
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Sekou Campbell featured in an article by Time Magazine about how to start an LLC in Pennsylvania

Culhane Meadows’ Philadelphia partner Sekou Campbell was recently quoted in an article for Time Magazine’s personal finance portal, Next Advisor, which discusses the 7 steps to make your small business official in Pennsylvania.
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Brad Elbein in The Washington Post: Most don’t read the fine print. Here’s what to look for before buying.

Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta partner, Brad Elbein, was recently quoted in an article by The Washington Post about the fine print that consumers need to be wary of.
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Peter Cassat featured in an article by SHRM about speech technology in HR

Culhane Meadows’ Washington, DC partner Peter Cassat was recently quoted in an article by SHRM about the practical (and scary) implications of speech technology in HR.
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Jim Meadows is guest on the Financially Legal podcast to discuss what it takes to get a collections rate of 95%

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner Jim Meadows recently spoke with Dan Lear at Gravity Legal for an episode of the Financially Legal podcast to discuss how Culhane Meadows was started, how the firm has grown and how the firm is kept financially strong.
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David Hendel featured in article by Freight Waves: The Postal Service is a few decades late

Culhane Meadows’ Washington, D.C. partner David Hendel was recently featured in an article by Freight Waves about chasing freight brokers as the Postal Service scrambles to slash costs.
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