Episode 206

Global Settlements

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September 7th, 2021

26 mins 3 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, “Global Settlements in Multijurisdictional Construction Claims,” Tashia Rasul, partner at Lois Law Firm, explores the advantages of resolving the general liability and workers’ compensation cases at the same time. Further, defense counsel representing general litigation defendant and workers’ compensation claim should be brought together at the time the arbitration, mediation, or other settlement opportunity arises.

Tashia discusses the following:

  • Workers’ Compensation reimbursement and leverage.
  • General Liability/civil litigation settlement allocation.
  • Using counsel effectively to negotiate settlements.
  • Practical examples.

This audio is from a live webinar provided to clients on September 7, 2021.


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