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National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) 2022 Annual Conference
Tim Poeschl and Patrick Jarosch, together with Allison Pettey of AFICS and Paul Rocheford of Arthur Chapman, will present “Back to the Future–Zoom Deposition Tips, Tactics, and Tricks“ on Monday, November 7th from 1:00-2:00pm at the NASP 2022 Annual Conference.
David Fisk, along with Todd Metzger of Schaefer Engineering, will present “Let’s Get Physical–Considerations When Conducting Physical Experiments in Fire Investigations” on Tuesday, November 8th from 12:30-1:30pm at the NASP 2022 Annual Conference.
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Grotefeld Hoffmann Expands Law Firm to Dallas, TexasRead More
Jeffery A. Korinko Joins Grotefeld Hoffmann Los Angeles OfficeRead More
Meghan M. Rodda Named a Rising Star
Meghan M. Rodda was named a Rising Star by the Super Lawyers Rating Service for 2022, a recognition of the top up-and-coming attorneys awarded to no more than 2.5 percent of practicing attorneys in Minnesota.
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Lilla Shkolnikov Appointed PartnerRead More
Joel Radakovich Appointed PartnerRead More
Meghan Rodda Appointed PartnerRead More
Envista Forensics Insights Article
Jordan Everakes co-authored an Insights Article titled “Fire Protection Systems Need Fire Protection Engineers” with Adam Farnham and Andrew Bennett for Envista Forensics Knowledge Center.Read More
Maura Walsh Ochoa and Waylon J. Pickett Named California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year for 2021
Maura Walsh Ochoa and Waylon J. Pickett were named California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year for 2021 by the Daily Journal. The California Attorney of the Year award recognizes attorneys for outstanding achievements in specific areas of law. Ms. Ochoa and Mr. Pickett were recognized for their work as co-lead subrogation counsel in the Woolsey Fire matter that resulted in a $2.2 billion settlement.