Thank you for helping make CLM’S 2012 Women’s Leadership Forum a Success!


Earlier this month, ATB once again was honored to be a major sponsor of the CLM Women’s Leadership Forum.  As you know, this year’s event, held in New York City, attracted more than 260 participants from all parts of the country, including several members of the ATB team.   One of our managing partners, Marie Rose Bloomer, had the privilege of moderating the panel, “Networking: Cultivating the Community Garden.”

The attendees from our firm were thrilled to see the incredible energy and enthusiasm surrounding this event, and we are all looking forward to another impressive turnout in 2013 as word continues to spread about this exciting group. 

At ATB, we consider our ongoing support for the Annual Women’s Leadership Forum a vital part of our wider affiliation with CLM, as well as an important element of our longstanding commitment to workplace diversity.  We’re extremely proud of the prominent role of women in the leadership of our firm.  Today, 64 of our 130 attorneys are women.   This includes two regional managing partners and 14 managing partners who oversee 14 of our 22 offices in 12 states. 

As we approach 2013, ATB is pleased to support CLM’s mission and endorse its many activities to provide meaningful educational experiences and to foster a rich dialogue among the various professionals in the myriad of organizations who are involved in claims and litigation management.  It is indeed encouraging to see the organization steadily raise its profile and gain new members on a daily basis.  Annual events, such as the Women’s Leadership Forum, do a great deal to help CLM expand its reach and achieve its goals.

On behalf of my colleagues at ATB and in my capacity as one of CLM’s state chairs, I want to thank you for helping to make this year’s Women’s Leadership Forum an outstanding success.  We look forward to your continued involvement with CLM and participation at its upcoming events and programs.


Steven Testan

Founder and Managing Partner

Adelson, Testan, Brundo, Novell & Jimenez

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