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March 18, 2017

Interactive mediation session with Stephen Henning featured at CLM Annual Conference

Explosive arguments meet bad facts in an interactive mediation session with nationally acclaimed litigator, Stephen Henning, at the CLM Annual Conference in Nashville on March 31, 2017. Henning is celebrated for his outstanding results in complex construction, real estate, business and toxic tort litigation. The panel, consisting of a mediator, two lawyers, and two claims professionals, will present a cutting edge format that will provide proven strategies that can be effectively employed during the most difficult settlement conference.

“Difficult facts, tough legal precedent, and explosive coverage arguments taken together make resolution in mediation challenging for even the most savvy professional,” said Henning, Founding Partner of WSHB. “This powerful session will provide proven strategies for success which can be utilized in any settlement scenario.”

This year’s CLM Annual Conference is expected be the largest claims conference in the country, hosting 2,000 general counsel, claims professionals, risk managers and outside counsel. Joining Henning for this innovative panel is mediator Rachel Ehrlich, claim manager Phyllis Modlin, claim manager Robert Stahl, and coverage counsel Irene Yesowitch. Together, they will share strategies for resolution of the case that is destined for failure, thereby turning a disastrous factual scenario into a successful result.

Henning regularly represents Fortune 500 companies and preeminent members of the business community, including some of the nation’s largest residential and commercial public and private owners, home builders, developers, investors, contractors and lenders. Additionally, Henning has a thriving practice focused on public entities, handling all facets of litigation and risk management pertaining to construction and toxic tort issues.

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