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Exhausting Post-Distribution Funds
What We’ve Noticed


By Kim Schmidt and Amy Lake

Contrary to initial instincts—how hard can it be to give away money?—exhausting settlement funds can be challenging … and costly. Whether due to lack of claims filed, inability to locate class members... Read More.

A Better Proposal Process, Pt. III
What We’ve Noticed

The third installment of our series “A Better Proposal Process” addresses the most common proposal-related frustration we’ve heard from our clients over the years: different administrators’ proposals vary so widely in their assumptions, options, and pricing that a direct, “apples to apples” comparison... Read More
A Better Proposal Process, Pt. II
What We've Noticed

The topic of the second installment of our series “A Better Proposal Process” calls to mind the proverb “a stitch in time saves nine.” In it, we discuss how having a short conversation with one or two qualified administrators about your upcoming settlement could save you hours... Read More
Series Introduction: A Better Proposal Process
What We've Noticed

Our clients occasionally ask us to assist them in developing RFP templates or to offer tips on the proposal process. A common refrain we hear from many of our clients—plaintiff and defense, private and public sector, across practice areas—is how challenging it can be to get proposals from prospective administrators... 
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