The Litigation Management Podcast

Welcome to the industry’s first and only podcast dedicated solely to claims litigation management. Our podcast mission is simple – help litigation management professionals learn, grow and succeed in a highly challenging and rapidly changing litigation environment.

In each episode, Wesley Todd, CaseGlide’s CEO, and an array of industry thought leaders from both the business and legal defense perspective, discuss relevant issues and challenges facing the industry and uncover proven strategies and insights to help listeners build and maintain a successful litigation management organization.

Recent Episodes

Ep8: Opportunities Abound for Insurance Leaders

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Ep8: Opportunities Abound for Insurance Leaders In this episode of the Litigation Management Podcast, we interview Bob Ritchie, CEO of American Integrity. Together, Wes and Bob discuss the qualities of an authentic leader, why it’s a priority to invest in developing leaders in your organization, and the value of building a community with a shared …

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Ep7: Leadership in Claims Litigation: Building a Successful Team

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Ep7: Leadership in Claims Litigation: Building a Successful Team Join Wesley Todd, CEO of CaseGlide and John Henley, Vice President and Head of Claims Shared Services for UPC Insurance as they discuss the role of leadership in claims litigation management. John leads a large and tightly knit claims team that includes litigation managers and adjusters. …

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Ep6: The Next Phase of Legal Bill Review

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Ep6: The Next Phase of Legal Bill Review Join Wesley Todd, CEO of CaseGlide and Allan Rotlewicz, Partner at  Rumberger | Kirk, as they discuss the legal bill review process and alternative methods for reducing legal fees. Allan provides listeners a unique perspective as a  leading attorney who’s spent his career on both sides of …

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Ep5: Strategic Claims Management & the Customer Experience

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Ep5: Strategic Claims Management & the Customer Experience Join Wesley Todd, CEO of CaseGlide and Alex Meisner, Director of Innovation at Snapsheet, as they discuss how strategic claims management must continue to focus on the customer experience. They also discuss technology solutions that give time back to the claims adjustor and allow more time for …

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Ep4: Litigation Analytics and the Use of AI

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The Litigation Management Podcast
Ep4: Litigation Analytics and the Use of AI
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Ep4: Litigation Analytics and the Use of AI Wesley Todd is joined by Rick Merrill, CEO and founder of Gavelytics, as they discuss the story behind the Rick’s unique organization, their efforts to digitize litigation records from around the country and how they uncover important insights and analytics from the data. They discuss the future …

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Ep3: How to Find a “Win” in the Data and Fill the Gaps – P2

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Ep3: How to Find a “Win” in the Data and Fill the Gaps – P2 Our discussion with Matt Queen, U.S. Claims Vendor Manager at one of the country’s largest leading specialist insurers and prior general counsel, continues with a focus on the new and entrepreneurial opportunities and programs available that fill gaps where traditional …

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Ep2: How to Find a “Win” in the Data and Fill the Gaps – P1

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Ep2: How to Find a “Win” in the Data and Fill the Gaps – P1 In part one of a special two-part interview with Matt Queen, U.S. Claims Vendor Manager at one of the country’s largest leading specialist insurers and prior general counsel, Wesley Todd dives deeper into data. Join Wesley and Matt for a …

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Ep1: The Future Landscape of Claims Litigation

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Ep1: The Future Landscape of Claims Litigation In The Litigation Management Podcast’s first episode, host and CaseGlide CEO, Wesley Todd, speaks with industry thought leader and host of The Yellow Book Road Podcast, Nick Lamperelli. Wes and Nick discuss the new wave of insurance innovation, including how insurers and litigation leaders can best use the …

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Meet the Host

Wesley Todd

Wesley Todd

Prior to starting CaseGlide, Wesley represented the world’s largest insurance companies as an attorney at one of the largest insurance defense law firms in the country Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A. While representing dozens of the top claims organizations in the United States, Wesley saw how chaotic claims litigation departments were, surmising that there had to be a better way to manage claims litigation.

Past Podcasts Featuring CaseGlide

In this episode, Wesley Todd of CaseGlide takes over the control booth at Insurance Nerds Central to interview David Mocklow. David is innovating the insurance business model from within. David and Wes discuss the different ways and strategies needed to move the needle from within an established insurance organization and from within the industry. Listen here

In this episode, we discussed the challenges of starting a new insurance carrier from scratch in the toughest insurance market in the world. We discussed natural catastrophes, assignment of benefits, one-way attorney’s fees, the challenges of incorporating technology into your insurance operation and more. Listen here

In this episode, we discussed the challenges of starting a new insurance carrier from scratch in the toughest insurance market in the world. We discussed natural catastrophes, assignment of benefits, one-way attorney’s fees, the challenges of incorporating technology into your insurance operation and more. Listen here

In this episode, we interview Werner Kruck of Security First. Werner is a veteran of Florida insurance, perhaps the toughest insurance market in the world. He is part of a team that has built Security First. We discuss technology (the good, bad, and ugly) and the Florida insurance markets. Listen here

In this episode, we explain how carriers can weed out InsurTech noisemakers from legitimate firms in the first episode of Insights on Insurtech. Listen here

In this episode, we talk about distinguishing between insider and outsider firms is the key to gaining control of InsurTech options, and why innovation in insurance is different than other industries. Listen here

Creating a roadmap for technology integration is a must for carriers interested in successful InsurTech innovation. Carriers must consider the problems they want to solve before they can evaluate technology options. Listen here

In this episode, we discussed why carriers need to focus on implementing InsurTech in claims litigation management. Mergers and acquisitions, sophisticated litigation management technology and hedge fund-backed capital has made the plaintiffs’ bar a formidable opponent in recent years. Listen here

Past Podcasts Featuring CaseGlide

In this episode, Wesley Todd of CaseGlide takes over the control booth at Insurance Nerds Central to interview David Mocklow. David is innovating the insurance business model from within. David and Wes discuss the different ways and strategies needed to move the needle from within an established insurance organization and from within the industry. Listen here

In this episode, we discussed the challenges of starting a new insurance carrier from scratch in the toughest insurance market in the world. We discussed natural catastrophes, assignment of benefits, one-way attorney’s fees, the challenges of incorporating technology into your insurance operation and more. Listen here

In this episode, we discussed the challenges of starting a new insurance carrier from scratch in the toughest insurance market in the world. We discussed natural catastrophes, assignment of benefits, one-way attorney’s fees, the challenges of incorporating technology into your insurance operation and more. Listen here

In this episode, we interview Werner Kruck of Security First. Werner is a veteran of Florida insurance, perhaps the toughest insurance market in the world. He is part of a team that has built Security First. We discuss technology (the good, bad, and ugly) and the Florida insurance markets. Listen here

In this episode, we explain how carriers can weed out InsurTech noisemakers from legitimate firms in the first episode of Insights on Insurtech. Listen here

In this episode, we talk about distinguishing between insider and outsider firms is the key to gaining control of InsurTech options, and why innovation in insurance is different than other industries. Listen here

Creating a roadmap for technology integration is a must for carriers interested in successful InsurTech innovation. Carriers must consider the problems they want to solve before they can evaluate technology options. Listen here

In this episode, we discussed why carriers need to focus on implementing InsurTech in claims litigation management. Mergers and acquisitions, sophisticated litigation management technology and hedge fund-backed capital has made the plaintiffs’ bar a formidable opponent in recent years. Listen here

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