Kim Verska interviewed by TechTarget for article about the increase in cyber attacks during the pandemic

Our CIO, Kim Verska, discusses in a TechTarget article how to mitigate the increasing cyber attacks occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Reiko Feaver discusses how enterprises inadvertently compromise their network security in an article by Network Computing

Reiko Feaver, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta office, was recently interviewed by Network Computing for an article on how enterprises may be unknowingly leaving their networks vulnerable to invasion.
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Reiko Feaver interviewed by PLANADVISER for article on cyber security issues for a newly remote workforce

Reiko Feaver, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta office, was recently interviewed by PLANADVISER for an article about critical cyber security issues that employers must be aware of as they face operating their newly remote workforce.
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Beth Fulkerson interviewed by Search Engine Journal on Google’s Snippets “stealing” website traffic

Beth Fulkerson, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Chicago office, was recently interviewed by Search Engine Journal for an article titled “Are Google’s Featured Snippets Stealing Clicks? It’s Complicated.”
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Reiko Feaver discusses how to respond to phishing scams in Katalyst Technologies

Reiko Feaver, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta office, was recently interviewed by Katalyst Technologies for an article about responding to phishing scams.
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Brad Elbein and Beth Fulkerson co-author article about likely Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (COPRA)

COPRA May Be Coming, and It’s Not Too Soon to Prepare
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Jim Meadows featured in two articles published by TechTarget.com

Tech Target recently published two articles featuring our co-founding partner Jim Meadows on their specialist sites.
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Sally Byrne interviewed about collegiate IP protections for Tech Transfer eNews Blog

Our Boston-based technology partner, Sally Byrne, was recently interviewed by Tech Transfer eNews Blog for their article about challenges many universities face in protecting their intellectual property developed by faculty members.
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Authority Magazine profiles CM Co-founder Heather Haughian

Authority Magazine is a national publication that features leadership lessons from authorities in business, film, sports, and technology. This week the online magazine features an in-depth profile interview with Heather Haughian, an attorney and mom who has practiced law and parented
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Jacoby and Priebe: The Data Regulation You Probably Haven’t Heard About

Culhane Meadows partners David Jacoby and Linda Priebe recently authored an informative article for Legal BlackBook’s CyberInsecurity column about Vermont’s new data broker law, which companies throughout the United States need to know. Here is a relevant excerpt: After al
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Is Your Cyber-Insurance Ready for GDPR?

By now, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has gone into effect.  This update is not intended to provide a “deep dive” into the regulatory regime instituted by GDPR.  For our purposes, it is sufficient to note that GDPR bestows protections that expand beyond the privac
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Beth Fulkerson: Geofencing Users Must Respect Privacy Rights

Our Chicago-based partner, Beth Fulkerson, was recently interviewed about the legal issues surrounding consumer privacy rights when advertisers employ geofencing and GPS tracking technology.
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