MIAMI — Friday, June 14, 2019 — Joe Rich, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Subrogation & Recovery Department, has earned his Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional (CSRP) Designation administered by the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP). Established in 1998, NASP is a nonprofit organization driven to enhance the stature and effectiveness of subrogation and recovery professionals through education and advocacy. The CSRP designation is conferred to professionals who have met stringent academic and experience requirements, agreed to be bound by the CSRP Code of Professional Ethics and have successfully passed the CSRP exam.
Resident in the firm’s Miami office, Joe handles complex subrogation and recovery matters arising from property damage loss events, such as fires, product failures and defects, mechanical system failures, plumbing and water system releases, sprinkler system failures, building collapses, roofing failures and deficiencies, and other construction defects. Joe frequently presents webinars and seminars on emerging issues in subrogation and regularly authors alerts on case law or civil rules changes as they relate to subrogation.
Joe is actively involved in NASP, having previously served as co-chair of NASP’s 2018 Annual Conference and co-chair of NASP’s DC/MD Chapter. Joe has presented at NASP’s Annual Conferences since 2012 and he has also presented at NASP’s Litigation Skills Conferences.
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