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Brooke Bohlke Takes to the Stage at CLM’s 2019 Nevada Chapter Education and Networking Event

August 20, 2019

(Las Vegas, NV) Individuals in the industry charged with handling high exposure difficult lawsuits are going to be in attendance at a highly anticipated educational program focused on strategies for unique resolution tools. Slated to take place on September 12, 2019, from 5:30 through 7:30 in Las Vegas at Gordon Biersch, this panel kicks off the CLM Las Vegas Chapter educational programming for the upcoming year.

“Structured settlements are one tool which are available to lawyers, risk managers and claim professionals in their arsenal when tackling difficult cases,” said Brooke Bohlke, Senior Counsel at the Las Vegas office of Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman, LLP. Bohkle, who will be leading the panel discussion of acclaimed industry experts said “we will be provide sage practice pointers and unique strategies which provide vital ammunition to resolving cases otherwise destined for trial.”

Joining Bohlke on the dais, will be Cynthia McGraw of Alternative Service Concepts LLC and Structured Settlement Broker Tim Kosor.

Brooke Bohlke practices in the area of civil litigation representing insurers, self-insured employers, hospitality providers, transportation providers, and construction companies in all phases of litigation before administrative agencies and at arbitrations, mediations and trials. Her experience includes personal injury and workers’ compensation defense, construction defect, and premises and product liability matters. Bohlke is admitted to practice in Nevada and Virginia.

About the CLM:

The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) promotes and furthers the highest standards of claims and litigation management and brings together the thought leaders in both industries. CLM’s Members and Fellows include risk and litigation managers, insurance and claims professionals, corporate counsel, outside counsel and third party vendors. The CLM sponsors educational programs, provides resources and fosters communication among all in the industry.

About Wood Smith Henning & Berman:

WSHB is a full service litigation firm with offices throughout the United States. The Firm has tried over 900 cases to verdict, and is internationally recognized for its exceptionally high rate of success. Since the Firm’s inception in 1997 by trial lawyers David Wood, Kevin Smith, Stephen Henning and Daniel Berman, WSHB has been known as the national “go to” firm for complex civil litigation in professional liability, employment, commercial, medical malpractice and healthcare, construction, environmental, real estate, transportation, subrogation, toxic tort and intellectual property litigation. Additionally, WSHB also regularly handles first and third party coverage issues for the London market. The Firm has been named one of the top four law firms in the nation for female lawyers, and one of the top five for diversity. WSHB’s lawyers take pride in each and every case and all ultimate results. Most of all, WSHB is proud of their organic growth which translates into consistent results and handling office to office.

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