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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David Klimaszewski discusses new IRS bulletin in a recent article by PLANSPONSOR

David Klimaszewski, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Dallas office, was recently interviewed for an article by PLANSPONSOR which discusses a new IRS issued ‘helpful’ bulletin for a preapproved plan.
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Harve Linder in The Washington Post: Why some companies are offering time off for periods

Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta partner, Harve Linder, was recently quoted in an article by The Washington Post about paid menstrual leave and why some companies are offering time off for periods.
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Alicia Goodrow interviewed by They Got Acquired for an article about QSBS, how it works and how to take advantage.

They Got Acquired recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ Houston partner, Alicia Goodrow, to discuss how qualified small business stock (QSBS) could save you big on taxes.
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Caroline Morgan interviewed by Authority Magazine: What American Businesses Need to Know About Cybersecurity

Authority Magazine recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Caroline Morgan to discuss the 5 things every American business leader should do to shield themselves from a cyberattack.
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Brad Elbein authors E-Commerce Times article: Marketers: Beware Florida’s Mini-TCPA

E-Commerce Times recently published an informative article authored by Culhane Meadow’s Atlanta partner, Brad Elbein, about the new Florida law on telemarketing and the big impact it will have on the industry.
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Kelly Culhane in Bloomberg Law: Women-Owned Business Certification

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner, Kelly Culhane, was recently quoted in an article for Bloomberg Law, which discusses women-owned law firms seeking a ‘seat at the table’ via certifications.
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Ryan Whitfill interviewed by 7Shifts’ Blog for an article about the 7 most common franchise problems

7Shifts’ Blog recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ Dallas partner Ryan Whitfill to discuss common franchise problems and how to solve them.
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David Hendel’s Annual Top 150 U.S. Postal Service Suppliers List: Transportation Companies Again Dominate the Top Rankings

David P. Hendel from our Government, Regulatory and Compliance team at Culhane Meadows PLLC recently compiled the Top 150 U.S. Postal Service Suppliers in fiscal year 2021. See below for the link to the list!
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