Corinne is involved in the management of settlement administration and product recall programs that range in scope and subject matter, including personal injury settlements, product liability cases, business economic loss matters, financial and consumer protection settlements, and product safety recalls. She oversees the design and implementation of web-based claims resolution portals, ensuring that each claim submission and review process is streamlined, cost-effective, and tailored to the specific needs of the program. Corinne has developed a particular expertise in designing, executing, and overseeing notice campaigns for court supervised settlement programs and voluntary recall programs.
Prior to joining BrownGreer, Corinne attended the Washington College of Law at American University, where she graduated cum laude. Corinne served as an editor of the American University Law Review and received the Egon Guttman Award for Most Outstanding Junior AULR Staff Member. As a law student, Corinne represented indigent clients in bankruptcy, probate, and administrative law cases in the General Practice Clinic. She interned as a student law clerk for the Honorable Reggie B. Walton of the U.S. District Court for Washington D.C., and completed her summer internships at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Legal Aid Justice Center in Charlottesville, Virginia.
While an undergraduate at the University of Virginia, Corinne was a Dean’s List scholar and spent a summer studying Spanish language and culture in Valencia, Spain.
BrownGreer's team of attorneys, analysts, programmers, and reviewers leads the industry in claims administration, settlement administration, and data management solutions. A settlement administrator distinguished by its talent, innovation, and cutting edge technologies, BrownGreer designs and implements complex mass claims processes that can involve millions of claimants and billions of dollars in settlement funds.
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