(PRWEB) October 19, 2012
Recently, five attorneys of the law offices of Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez were awarded with the esteemed title of Certified Litigation Management Professional (CLMP). This designation is awarded by the Litigation Management Institute, an arm of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), the sole organization operating at a national level dedicated to the claims and litigation management industries. As part of its focus, the Litigation Management Institute offers rigorous coursework on the theory and applications of law in the legal landscape of today.
Jeffrey Adelson, Sophia Cacos, Gerlad Davino, Sal Richardson, and Hedy Golshani all recently earned the Litigation Management Institute’s CLMP designation through the combination of 30 hours of reading, 18 hours of class time, and almost 10 hours of group project time hosted at the Litigation Management Institute’s classrooms at Columbia Law School in New York. Subjects covered by the coursework necessary to obtaining the CLMP designation include:
The attainment of the CLMP designation by these five outstanding litigation attorneys fits with Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez’ focus on remaining competitive and up to date in all areas of litigation regarding workers’ compensation. The continuing education offered at the Litigation Management Institute is just one way that the attorneys and staff of Adelson, Testan et al are pursuing their dedication to service and reducing their clients’ exposure to claims.
About Adelson, Testan, Brundo & Jimenez
Founded in 1996 by senior partner Steven C. Testan, ATB Law is an innovative and dynamic national law firm specializing in the defense of Workers' Compensation claims and related matters. With offices covering the states of California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Texas, Adelson, Testan, et al. is readily able to handle the litigation needs of insurance carriers, third-party administrators and self-insured employers in all of the venues across these twelve states.