Jim Meadows featured in StrategicCFO360’s Q&A: To Meet DEI Goals, Financial Transparency Is A Must

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner, Jim Meadows, was recently featured in StrategicCFO360’s Q&A series to discuss financial transparency and meeting DEI goals.
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IP Powerhouse Partridge Partners Joins Largest Woman-Owned, National Full-Service Firm Culhane Meadows

Culhane Meadows is pleased to welcome Mark V.B. Partridge, Jordan Arnot Leahey, and Charlie Giger. The three new Chicago-based partners will further strengthen the firm’s robust Intellectual Property practice.
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Reiko Feaver featured in CIO Magazine article about key tactics for IT vendor negotiations

Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta partner Reiko Feaver was recently interviewed for an article by CIO Magazine about key tactics for successful negotiations with IT vendors.
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Co-Founder Heather Haughian featured in TechTarget article about the benefits of cloud data management

Culhane Meadows’ Co-Founder Heather Haughian was recently interviewed for an article by TechTarget about the benefits of cloud-based data management systems.
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Kim Verska interviewed by StrategicCIO360 for an article about her path to becoming CIO

StrategicCIO360 recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’  Kim Verska to discuss her unusual career path to becoming the firm’s CIO.
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Peter Cassat interviewed by Lifewire for an article about the possibility of 5G improving driver safety

Lifewire recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ Washington, DC partner Peter Cassat to discuss cybersecurity and data privacy in relation to the wireless communication and auto industries’ exploration of how 5G could make driving safer.
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Reiko Feaver featured in TechTarget article on what CISOs need to consider when using team applications

Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta partner Reiko Feaver was recently interviewed for an article by TechTarget about what CISOs need to consider when using team applications.
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Caroline A. Morgan gives webinar through Lawline on mitigating cybersecurity risks

Caroline A. Morgan from Culhane Meadows’ New York office is co-presenting a webinar titled “Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks: What General Counsel Need to Know About Current Data Privacy Trends,” hosted by Lawline on May 4, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET.
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Jim Meadows interviewed by CFO Magazine on cloud cost control

Jim Meadows, co-founder and managing partner of Culhane Meadows, was recently interviewed by CFO Magazine for an article on managing cloud-based services spending.
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Co-founder Heather Haughian interviewed by Authority Magazine: 5 Things You Need to Know to Optimize Your Company’s Approach to Data Privacy and Cybersecurity

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder Heather Haughian was recently interviewed by Authority Magazine for a segment of a series on data privacy and cybersecurity. Heather discusses what companies need to know for optimizing their data privacy and cybersecurity practices.
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Peter Cassat featured in article by TechTarget about AI data privacy tools

In a recent article by TechTarget, Culhane Meadows’ Washington, D.C. office partner Peter Cassat discusses the benefits of AI data privacy tools.
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David Jacoby and Linda Priebe in NYLJ: New York’s Far Reaching Statute Governing Data Breaches

Our partners David Jacoby of New York and Linda Priebe of Washington, D.C. recently co-authored an article for New York Law Journal that discusses data breach liability under the new NY SHIELD (Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security) Act.
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