New York, NY, January 13, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Dan Ruderman, Account Executive at LexisNexis, has been selected to speak at the 2010 Annual Conference of the Council on Litigation Management (CLM). Mr. Ruderman is slated to speak on the topic “Matter management: what it means for claims and claims legal professionals.”
The conference will be one of the largest, fully inclusive defense industry conferences in 2010. It will be held March 24-26 in Ponte Vedra, Florida, will feature approximately 150 speakers and is expected to draw attendees from around the world. Registration for the conference is now open at www.litmgmt.org/annual-conference.
Dan Ruderman is an Account Executive for LexisNexis. With over 25 years leadership experience in sales and account management in the technology sector, Ruderman is a key player in shepherding new Fortune 1000 companies through the processes and programs that bring both law and claim departments greater value from their outside counsel. He has developed innovative methods to service and grow the company’s largest accounts, and directly contributes to product development and customer configured solutions. Ruderman has helped some of the country’s largest insurance carriers deploy techniques and programs leading to dramatic process improvement as well as significant bottom line cost reductions. Ruderman has more than ten years tenure at LexisNexis, is a CLM Fellow and State Chair Lead (Massachusetts), is a member of Risk Insurance Management Society, and served in officer roles at Toastmasters International. Ruderman has a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.
About the Council on Litigation Management
The Council is a nonpartisan alliance of thousands of insurance companies, corporations, general counsel, risk managers, claims adjusters and attorneys. Through education and collaboration, its goals are to create a common interest in the representation by firms of companies, and to promote and further the highest standards of litigation management in pursuit of client defense. To learn more about the Council, please visit www.litmgmt.org or contact Adam Potter.