NY Daily News consults Culhane Meadows attorneys for article about post-Weinstein company parties

Kelly Culhane, a Dallas-based attorney and co-founder of the Culhane Meadows law firm, was consulted and interviewed by the New York Daily News for an article about best practices to minimize risk during company holiday parties and events. Also consulted was Terese Connolly, a labor and employment partner in the firm’s Chicago office. In light of the recent news reports of harassment claims against a growing number of celebrities, politicians and corporate executives, companies of all sizes are growing increasingly vigilant about creating a safe space for their workers.

Culhane Meadows is the largest national full-service women-owned law firm in the U.S. with offices in seven major business markets.  The firm’s labor and employment group regularly counsels HR departments and management teams on best practices and crisis management in many areas of employment law.

The full article is published on NYDailyNews.com and a printable PDF version can be viewed HERE.

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