WSHB Founding Partner, Stephen Henning, will be joining a panel of esteemed industry experts to address the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the construction and insurance industries. The panel, titled "No Escaping Artificial Intelligence: Emerging Issues for Contractors, Carriers, and Lawyers," will take place on September 28, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. as part of the CLM Annual Construction Conference.
AI has become a cutting-edge topic in recent years, and this session aims to shed light on its increasing adoption and the associated challenges faced by professionals in construction claims. With panelists from various perspectives, including a builder utilizing AI, a claims professional handling construction matters, a lawyer with experience in construction claims through trial, and a renowned jury consultant witnessing the impact of AI in jury selection and trial, attendees can expect a well-rounded discussion on this emerging issue.
Stephen Henning, a nationally recognized attorney specializing in complex construction, employment and business litigation, brings his vast experience and expertise to the panel. As a founding partner of WSHB, an AmLaw 150 law firm with offices nationwide, Henning has been at the forefront of industry trends, regularly publishing and speaking on these matters. He has chaired numerous litigation conferences. He has been named a 2024 Best Lawyer for both construction and real estate, and recently the recipient of a prestigious Burton Award presented by Law360 for his highly acclaimed article discussing the litigation impact of the Surfside Collapse. He has served as the co-chair of the CLM National Construction Conference since inception.
With a track record of representing top home builders. Developers and many awards and accolades for his results in high profile construction matters, Henning is not only a skilled litigator but also a dedicated community leader. Recognized as a Super Lawyer for over a decade and the recipient of the prestigious Jerold S. Oliver Award for his contributions to the construction defect community, Henning continues to be a thought leader in the legal field.
"The impact of AI on the construction and insurance industries is undeniable," said Henning. "This panel will provide invaluable insights into the challenges and opportunities presented by AI adoption. It's a truly emerging topic, and I'm thrilled to be a part of this engaging discussion."
The CLM Annual Construction Conference is a premier event that brings together professionals from the construction and insurance industries to discuss emerging trends, best practices, and innovative solutions. This year's conference will take place in Austin, Texas, and promises to be a valuable experience for attendees seeking to stay ahead in this ever-changing landscape.
WSHB is an AmLaw 150 law firm with offices throughout the United States. The firm is nationally recognized for its work in construction, environmental, business litigation, transportation, intellectual property, and employment issues. With a team of highly skilled attorneys and a commitment to delivering exceptional client service, WSHB is dedicated to achieving successful outcomes for its clients.