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From the Mouths of Millennials: What Makes Their Generation Tick

October 6, 2017

How to inspire, retain, motivate, and tap into the largest generation in the workforce today will be explored at a CLM session titled, “From the Mouths of Millennials: Perceptions, Realities and Strategies for Dealing with Millennials in the Construction Industry.” WSHB Firm Chairman Dan Berman joins a panel of thought leaders at the 2017 CLM & Business Insurance Construction Conference in San Diego, California on October 10th to include Kelly Behrens from Vela Insurance Services, Paul Mason from XL Catlin and Jamie Samaniego from Markel Service, Incorporated.

“We will hear from a group of accomplished Millennials as to what makes their generation tick so we can better understand how to motivate, supervise and retain their valuable talent in the workplace,” said Berman, WSHB co-founder.

The collaborative session is also expected to explore how to understanding the impact of the millennial juror – from selection, evidence, themes and strategies to minimize exposure and liability. The CLM and Business Insurance Construction Conference covers all aspects of insurance, risk, and claims management aspects of the insurance related to the construction industry.

Berman’s legal work spans matters involving business issues, professional liability, real estate, intellectual property, entertainment endeavors, and construction-related issues. Berman has worked for many years closely with the domestic and London insurance markets, has successfully tried numerous complex cases to verdict and has been instrumental in several groundbreaking favorable rulings in the appellate realm. Representing Fortune 500 companies and mid-market businesses, Berman is a recognized authority on commercial and business law, has received Martindale Hubbell’s highest rating of “AV Preeminent,” and has been selected a California “Super Lawyer” on numerous occasions.

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