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Rich Fuller to Serve as Professor at the 2013 Litigation Management Institute

 
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Rich Fuller to Serve as Professor at the 2013 Litigation Management Institute
10/09/2013

Rich Fuller, Actuary, Arrowpoint Capital, will be a professor at the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance Litigation Management Institute (LMI) speaking on the topic, “Reserving and Data Management from an Actuarial Perspective.”

He will be leading the course with Frank Chang, Lead Actuary at Google, Inc.  In addition, Arrowpoint Capital Chief Claims Officer Julie Fortune will serve as a chancellor at the LMI.

Hosted at Columbia Law School in New York City, the LMI is the first certification program specifically designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the business of litigation management. The program is designed to bridge the gap between legal theory and litigation strategy, and the business aspects of litigation management.

Rich is Actuarial Associate/Statistical Specialist for Claims, Information Technology, Corporate Actuarial, and Reinsurance at Arrowpoint Capital.   He conducts research and data analysis supporting the Claims, Reinsurance, Financial Accounting, Regulatory Compliance, Actuarial, and Internal Audit functions.

Rich is an Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society. He earned his master’s degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his bachelor’s degree at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) promotes and furthers the highest standards of claims and litigation management and brings together the thought leaders in both industries. CLM’s Members and Fellows include risk and litigation managers, insurance and claims professionals, corporate counsel, outside counsel and third party vendors. The CLM sponsors educational programs, provides resources and fosters communication among all in the industry. To learn more about the CLM, please visit http://www.theclm.org.