Christi Cannon, SVP of Marketing & Development was named a 2016 Women Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity Journal. Christi was chosen among a distinguished group of 162 women leaders and trailblazers featured in the journals’ prestigious 15th anniversary issue.
Contact Center Pipeline recently interviewed GCG SVP, Operations, Brian Burke, and SVP, Human Resources, Jennifer Pristera, about the many ways in which creating a Call Center culture committed to learning and development inspires an engaged workforce that provides customers with the best service experience possible.
Garden City Group, LLC℠ (GCG®), a leading provider of legal administration technology solutions, has expanded its executive leadership team with the appointment of industry veteran Janet Brown to chief information officer (CIO).
Advances in technology have improved the efficiency and productivity of our personal lives. Yet the business world is often more resistant to change, becoming mired in how “things have always been done.”
Social media has changed the fabric of our business day – from how we collect information and transact business to how we communicate and brand our corporate and individual values. It comes as no surprise then that legal notice experts have changed their approach to notice dissemination.
In recent years significant developments have permanently changed the way class action settlements, mass actions, restructurings, and data breach cases are administered. From advancements in the means to reach and communicate with claimants via
Opt-in and opt-out class action laws are evolving throughout the world. As a result, legal notice administrators are shifting their focus
Scott D. Nader is the executive vice president and general counsel of legal administration company Garden City Group LLC. He oversees GCG’s legal department, as well as its compliance, diversity & inclusion and IT functions.
It would be hard to find a lawyer who has worked on more big-ticket class or mass action disputes than Stephen Cirami. He’s had a hand in the $1.4B Stryker Modular Hip Settlement; $6B WorldCom Securities
Crawford & Company®, one of the world’s largest independent providers of claims management solutions to insurance companies and self-insured entities, has named Kenneth A. Cutshaw president and chief executive officer of the Garden City Group, LLC℠ (GCG®). Cutshaw, an executive vice president of Crawford®, has been GCG’s interim president and CEO since January.