Our privacy, data and cybersecurity practice chair Linda Priebe recently spoke with Kathryn Rubino at Above the Law for an episode of The Jabot podcast to discuss her fascinating legal career spanning public interest, government and private practice.
Here is a brief description of Linda’s guest appearance:
In this episode, Kathryn welcomes Linda Priebe, an EU US data privacy/protection compliance and government relations attorney and a partner in Culhane Meadows PLLC, a nationwide woman-owned and woman-managed technology and business law firm. Linda shares how her career evolved: From working in a small boutique firm to working in the federal government. She also shares her experiences working for people who are filing cases against the government to helping service providers, due diligence providers, technology firms, agencies, and contractors in avoiding costly legal mistakes from falling out of compliance with the new law and regulations.
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The largest woman-owned national full-service business law firm in the U.S., Culhane Meadows fields over 70 partners in eleven major markets across the country. Uniquely structured, the firm’s Disruptive Law® business model gives attorneys greater work-life flexibility while delivering outstanding, partner-level legal services to major corporations and emerging companies across industry sectors more efficiently and cost-effectively than conventional law firms. Clients enjoy exceptional and highly-efficient legal services provided exclusively by partner-level attorneys with significant experience and training from large law firms or in-house legal departments of respected corporations. U.S. News & World Report has named Culhane Meadows among the country’s “Best Law Firms” in its 2014 through 2022 rankings and many of the firm’s partners are regularly recognized in Chambers, Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers and Martindale-Hubbell Peer Reviews.
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