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Blackbaud CMO recognized for work advancing women in tech

When Catherine Cook LaCour first joined Blackbaud’s executive leadership team in 2014 as vice president of corporate marketing, she was the only woman on a team of all men to directly report to the CEO. It wouldn’t be until about ...

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Tracy Pawelski: ‘Success is not final. Failure is not fatal.’

As an adventure traveler and long-distance walking enthusiast, Tracy Pawelski wants you to know she is just like you, with perhaps a slightly overactive sense of adventure. “I’m not an elite athlete,” she said. “I’m not out there breaking world ...

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Use of drone to surveil couple’s property illegal, court rules

A Michigan township violated a couple’s Fourth Amendment protections when it used a drone to take aerial photographs of their property without a warrant and then used those photos as evidence against the couple in a nuisance action. The Grand ...

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Lessons I learned to be more effective as a woman lawyer

I am an introvert and a perfectionist. I am also a woman and a litigator. I think I am not alone in wearing all these hats. As a young attorney, I spent a lot of time keeping my thoughts and ...

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Judge dismisses suit over trucker’s death

RICHMOND, VA — Despite concern with the way wind-related travel restrictions were handled at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, the evidence was insufficient to show those problems caused the death of a truck driver whose rig went over the side ...

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Women to see increase in philanthropic giving power

Research shows that over the next few decades, women are poised to inherit roughly 70% of intergenerational wealth. Making these numbers even more impressive is the fact that some of these women (traditional couples) may inherit twice: from their parents ...

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Massive SolarWinds breach poses risk to law firms, courts, businesses

ST. LOUIS, MO — Since mid-December, attorneys who advise clients on cybersecurity matters have been busy responding to a massive breach of popular information technology network monitoring software affecting large swaths of the federal government and the Fortune 500. Experts ...

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