Subro Sessions: The Subrogation Department proudly presents our podcast, Subro Sessions. This podcast provides insights into the world of subrogation.
- Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Tales by the Water Cooler: Part I – How to Handle a Case—AKA—What Are We Getting Ourselves Into?
Brett Tishler, Partner, and Michael Abed, Associate, are back to host the newest episode of Subro Sessions. This is the first of a two-part podcast series, entitled “Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Tales by the Water Cooler: Part I – How to Handle a Case—AKA—What Are We Getting Ourselves Into?” Brett and Michael are joined by a special guest, Rob Caplan, Partner, to trade stories and discuss the many moving parts in workers’ compensation #subrogation—and the many moving parts to consider when dealing with a new claim in order to obtain a recovery.
Mark your calendar for Part 2, entitled: “Tales by the Water Cooler: We Got a New Claim, Now What?” launching on Tuesday, December 19th.
The Employment Law Counselor Podcast: The Labor and Employment Group presents their podcast featuring practical discussions of the maze and minefield of labor and employment laws.
- How Insurers and Panel Counsel Work Together11.30.23 | Hosted by Jeffrey S. Stewart
In the newest episode of The Employment Law Counselor collaboration with Professional Liability Underwriting Society, Jeff Stewart interviews Mitch Terk, Vice President of Claims for Nexus Specialty, to explore how insurers and panel counsel work together. They have an insightful discussion on how an insurance company selects and assigns panel counsel, building relationships, and avoiding surprises as a matter progresses through litigation.
- Common Wage and Hour Issues in the Trucking Industry in California and New Jersey10.10.23 | Hosted by Ryan T. Warden
Ryan Warden, Partner at White and Williams, and Paul Mello, Partner at Hanson Bridgett, host this special edition podcast titled "Common Wage and Hour Issues in the Trucking Industry in California and New Jersey." Ryan and Paul lead the discussion about common wage and hour issues in the trucking industry in California and New Jersey, including those flowing from independent contractor misclassification.