Richard Grant featured in Texas Lawyer article on COVID-19’s impact on commercial litigation

Richard Grant, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Dallas office, was recently interviewed by Texas Lawyer for a newsletter article about supply chain disruptions caused by the COVID-19 outbreak creating a demand for corporate bankruptcy attorneys.
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Mishell Kneeland named to NITA’s Class of 2020 NextGen Faculty

Congratulations to our Austin-based litigation partner, Mishell Kneeland, on being named to the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Class of 2020 NextGen Faculty!
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Bob Dremluk Provides Chapter 11 Restructuring Insights For Magnify Money

Magnify Money recently interviewed Bob Dremluk, one of our corporate/litigation partners, for a piece about Chapter 11 bankruptcy and restructuring. The interview, which can be found in full HERE, initially focuses on how Chapter 11 generally works including the automatic stay that ha
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David Leffler contributes to Tech Insurance Blog: 3 Ways Contracts Can Protect IT Moonlighters

David Leffler, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ NYC office who regularly guides small businesses through some of the most critical moments in their business, was a featured contributor to the “Don’t Risk IT” blog published by Tech Insurance. 
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The Washington Post: Mago and Anderson Lead Fight Against Import of Fraudulent Textiles

The Washington Post is reporting how Culhane Meadows partner Ajay Mago, who worked with the firm’s IP co-chair Scott Anderson, recently led a successful global effort, on behalf of his client AAVN, against the import of falsely advertised bed sheets with inflated thread counts. 
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Mail Service on Foreign Parties Allowed

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in late May that the Hague Service Convention does not bar a U.S. litigant from using the mail to serve process on a party in another country that, like the U.S., has ratified the Convention, unless that foreign country specifically has objecte
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Mishell Kneeland interviewed about new UT-Austin admissions lawsuit

Mishell Kneeland, an Austin-based partner at Culhane Meadows and former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas, was interviewed for a report in the Austin-American Statesman about the latest lawsuit concerning the role of race in the University of Texas admissions policies.
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Three New Partners Join Culhane Meadows’ Expanding Dallas Office

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Hope Heyman – (212) 366-5033 publicrelations@culhanemeadows.com Sheila Gray, Matthew Harper, and Scott Sample Join Rapidly-Expanding, Cloud-Based Law Firm “Disrupting” Conventional Law Firm Business Model DALLAS, TX (April 24, 201
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Culhane Meadows Expands in NYC with Addition of Four New Partners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Hope Heyman – (212) 366-5033 publicrelations@culhanemeadows.com Christopher Giles, Mishell Kneeland, David Leffler, and Jorge Salva Join Rapidly-Expanding, Cloud-Based Law Firm “Disrupting” Conventional Law Firm Business Model
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7th Circuit Recognizes Sex Orientation in Historic Title VII Case: Time to Update Your Handbook Policies and Training?

On April 4, 2017, in the Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College case, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled, in an 8 – 3 decision, that workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation is covered by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII prohibits employers from d
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Fast-Growing National Business Firm Culhane Meadows Adds Five Lateral Partners to Chicago Office

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Hope Heyman – (212) 366-5033 publicrelations@culhanemeadows.com Jamal Edwards, Elissa Isaacs, Stephen O’Donnell, Steven Shapiro, and Michelle Skinner Join Rapidly-Expanding, Cloud-Based Law Firm “Disrupting” Conventional Law
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COURT SUSTAINS “WHISTLEBLOWER” CLAIM UNDER NEW YORK’S REVISED NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION LAW

Following a multi-year effort, New York State adopted a comprehensive revision of its statute governing not-for-profit corporations that took effect in mid-2014.[1]  Part of the revision was the enactment of a “Whistleblower Policy,” the purpose of which is “. . . to protect from reta
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