We’ve all felt it.
That sinking feeling deep in the abdomen, the direct result of hitting the send button, an email intended for someone else.
Imagine inadvertently emailing a United States Supreme Court justice?
The outcome may surprise you.
According to abajournal.com, linked here, Gonzaga University law professor Ann Murphy hit “reply all” to an email she received and thereby, unknowingly, communicated with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor (pictured here).
Murphy apologized for her error but the result was an exchange between the two, leading to another face-to-face meeting at a Washington D.C. law conference.
Apparently, this isn’t the first time a member of the nation’s highest court has responded in similar fashion. The remainder of the abajournal.com post is dedicated to the topic.
D.C.-based Privia Health, which boasts a wealth of Nashville roots, announced Monday it has just closed a $12.3 million series B funding round. Privia CEO Jeff Butler, who previously spent time with local household names HCA and LifePoint, is building a wellness and care management venture that partners with physician groups. Another local connection: One of the company’s investors is John Deane with Nashville-based Southwind.
A delegation representing Nashville-based Leadership Health Care is headed to Washington, D.C., to meet with high-ranking officials this week. The trip marks the 10th anniversary of the group, which is led by Judith Byrd and is part of the Nashville Health Care Council. Of note, the anniversary reception and dinner will feature former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs as the keynote speaker.
The City Paper has details here.
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