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In the defense field, Mr. Woods was selected by a major insurance company to train insurance company adjusters on how to handle litigation cases, and was further responsible to train adjusters on handling Premises Liability (typically slip/trip and fall) cases.
Mr. Woods has effectively litigated cases as "simple" as minimal impact rear-end...
Mr. Wood attended St. Michael’s College in Burlington, Vermont for his undergraduate studies, graduating in three years with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. This education gave Brian the knowledge and compassion...
Shawna M. Woods is an Of-Counsel Attorney at Kitchens New Cleghorn. Prior to coming to Kitchens New Clegorn, Shawna was Partner at Law Firm in Forsyth County specializing exclusively in Family Law. She also had successful solo Family Law practice in Fulton County and had worked several years with the Special Assistant to the Attorney General...
Prior to starting Woods Law, Mr. Woods clerked for the Honorable Dale A. Kimball of the United States District Court for the District of Utah. In May 2011, he accepted an international position as an Assistant Attorney General for the U.S. Territory of American Samoa. During his time overseas, he defended the U.S. Territory against a variety of civil claims and appeared regularly before the High...
Adam graduated college from Mississippi State University with a Bachelors in Business Administration. While completing his degree, he negotiated numerous contracts for events held on campus,...
Suffolk University Law School
In the course of his ERISA litigation practice, Mr. Wood has represented dozens of individual corporate clients in more than 400 matters, including class actions, interpleaders actions, single plaintiff benefit actions, and breach of fiduciary duty actions. He has been specially admitted pro hac vice in 24 states for litigation of ERISA lawsuits.
After graduating from...
Hannibal, MO 63401
University of Texas - Austin
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