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*Mr. Wood is not licensed to practice law in North Carolina. He is supervised by an attorney licensed to practice law in North Carolina.
Womble Carlyle’s Case Management Facility (CMF) is a wonderful tool for helping law firms and corporations manage high volumes of cases.
But like any tool, it functions best when employed by a skillful operator. Daniel Wood makes sure that clients get the support they need to get the results they want.
Daniel provides training and assistance to the in-house legal departments and their more than 150 law firms who use the CMF, devising creative solutions to help clients find and access information. Corporate clients and law firms search, sift and organize information pertaining to thousands of their cases. Through Daniel’s guidance, CMF clients learn to use a secured web site to access their information. Daniel brings more than a decade of case management experience to the job.
In addition to providing counsel assistance and training, Daniel develops customized reports supplying the information needed for insurers, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and SEC reporting. He also supervises the quality control processes of the CMF.
Daniel has volunteered at such organizations as Easter Seals, United Cerebral Palsy and the Stokes Family YMCA. He currently assists with fundraising efforts at his sons’ schools and other non-profit community initiatives. Daniel has worked with the Case Management Facility since 1999. He previously worked as a paralegal in Womble Carlyle’s Antitrust Practice Group as well as the in-house legal department at Oakwood Homes. He is a 1995 summa cum laude graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he was elected to membership Phi Beta Kappa.
Case Management Facility
Daniel has worked with the Case Management Facility since 1999. He previously worked as a paralegal in Womble Carlyle’s Antitrust Practice Group as well as the in-house legal department at Oakwood Homes.