May 4, 2021

Plano, TX – Risk Settlements is excited to introduce its brand-new podcast titled Alternative Litigation Strategies. The podcast features interviews with leaders and visionaries in the commercial litigation industry. Guests discuss and debate alternative litigation and settlement strategies to complex litigation, including class action litigation. Alternative Litigation Strategies is available now for listening in your favorite podcast app.

The Alternative Litigation Strategies podcast is hosted by Kevin Skrzysowski, a national Director at Risk Settlements. New episodes will drop once a month.

The first episode features Roger Colaizzi of Venable; he and Kevin discuss trends in advertising class action litigation and settlements. Kevin and his guests will walk listeners through a variety of different ways to approach complex litigation with an emphasis on solving complex issues and mitigating litigation risk.

“There’s so many new and effective strategies in the alternative litigation space that our listeners will take away fresh ideas from each episode,” said Mr. Skrzysowski. “Whether you are in-house or defense counsel, we have success stories that you can apply to your litigation immediately.”

The first episode is available for listening now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, and everywhere you listen to podcasts. 

About Risk Settlements

Risk Settlements provides risk transfer solutions for companies facing the uncertainty of known, threatened or pending litigation, and companies that possess affirmative litigation claims that have yet to be monetized. We are the industry leader in alternative litigation strategies, providing customized solutions at any stage of litigation, including Class Action Settlement Insurance, Litigation Buyout Insurance and Litigation Asset Monetization. Our team of experienced former litigators, insurance professionals, and risk mitigation specialists helps companies remove the financial and operational volatility arising out of litigation by transferring the outcome risk. To find out more, please visit