Matt Garretson is the founder and CEO of Garretson. He received his B.A. from Yale University and his law degree at Kentucky’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law.
Matt has served as the special master or administrator of settlement funds throughout the country in environmental disaster, product liability, civil rights and other cases. His work in these areas includes notice, program design, claims administration, healthcare lien resolution, and post-settlement medical monitoring.
Matt frequently speaks and writes on a range of issues affecting individual and mass tort settlements and is the author of the legal text book Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases.
Jason Wolf is the co-founder of Garretson and focuses his attention on project development.
Jason takes great pride in the company's leading position of recognizing issues in the changing landscape of healthcare providers’ role in settlements. Jason's role in building strong business relationships with federal agencies, all state agencies, private health care plans and third party recovery contractors has assisted in the company's success in facilitating fair agreements between interested parties (plaintiff, plaintiff counsel, defense, health care plan). Jason provided extensive operational and management experience that was instrumental in GRG’s role in pioneering the field of third party Medicare Compliance in both single event and mass tort settlement programs. By identifying the needs of the settlement community and designing proprietary work flow processes, methodologies and systems, GRG built a practice that now employs over 400 professionals to serve its national client base.
Jason has lectured to attorney and healthcare organizations on various subjects related to lien resolution and settlement administration. Jason earned his graduate and undergraduate degrees from Eastern Michigan University.
Rohail Khan serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Garretson and is responsible for the day-to-day leadership and general management of our company. He is a global executive who has built large systems, processes and solutions for Fortune 200 companies, including Xerox and Hewitt Associates.
Rohail has a proven track record of designing and implementing strategy, turning around under-performing organizations, driving business performance through Six Sigma/Lean tools, optimizing cost structure, and achieving margin expansion. Rohail obtained his undergraduate degree in Economics and his MBA from the University of Ottawa.