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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Jim Meadows & Lisa Rovinsky in InformationWeek: When (and if) to Sue Your Cloud Provider

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner, Jim Meadows, and Boston partner Lisa Rovinsky were recently quoted in an article by InformationWeek about your relationship with your Cloud provider and when (and if) you should take legal action.
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Lisa Rovinsky featured in an article by InformationWeek about recovering losses sustained during a cloud outage

Culhane Meadows’ Boston partner Lisa Rovinsky was recently quoted in an article by InformationWeek about what financial recourse companies have if there’s a cloud outage.
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Linda Priebe is guest on The Jabot podcast to discuss her how her legal career evolved

Our privacy, data and cybersecurity practice chair Linda Priebe recently spoke with Kathryn Rubino at Above the Law for an episode of The Jabot podcast to discuss her fascinating legal career spanning public interest, government and private practice.
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David Jacoby featured in Fashionista magazine’s article about Kim Kardashian’s trademark transgressions

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner David Jacoby was recently quoted in an article about Kim Kardashian stirring up controversy when naming her brands.
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Peter Cassat featured in an article by HRD about how HR handles employee involvement in protests and riots

Culhane Meadows’ Washington, DC partner Peter Cassat was recently quoted in an article by HRD about what choices employers have if employees are publicly revealed to be involved in protests or riots outside of work.
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Former Nokia Senior Counsel Lisa Rovinsky Joins Culhane Meadows as a Partner in the Atlanta and Boston Offices.

Culhane Meadows is pleased to welcome Lisa Rovinsky to the firm as a partner in our Atlanta and Boston offices.
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Culhane Meadows Welcomes Two New Partners to Austin Office

Culhane Meadows is pleased to announce that Christopher (Chris) McMillan and Eliot (Eli) L. Roth have joined as partners in the firm’s Austin office.
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Robert Dremluk in NYLJ: Texas Two-Stepping Mass Tort Claimants

  Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Dremluk recently authored an article for New York Law Journal about the Texas two-step reverse bankruptcy strategy.      
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