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47th Annual Worker's Compensation Update 2023

Product ID: CA3511D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Claim your success

Regardless of your level of experience, the 47th Annual Worker’s Compensation Update has you covered with a wide range of topics to help you stay current, as well as the latest updates, tools, and practice techniques you can use right away.

Begin with a case law review that will bring you up to speed on recent rulings fast. You’ll also hear directly from the Office of Worker’s Compensation and the Department of Workforce Development about new developments, procedures, and trends. Plus, veteran work comp attorneys will offer practice pointers and candid guidance on:

  • Medicare Set-Aside cases
  • Claims involving third parties
  • And more!
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OnDemand seminar

Pricing

Member $269.00

Non-Member $349.00

Credits

6 CLE

Upon purchase, this OnDemand program is available to view for 90 days.

CLE Credits are available only if viewed prior to 12/31/2024.

EPR credit is not available for OnDemand programs.

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Claim your success

Regardless of your level of experience, the 47th Annual Worker’s Compensation Update has you covered with a wide range of topics to help you stay current, as well as the latest updates, tools, and practice techniques you can use right away.

Begin with a case law review that will bring you up to speed on recent rulings fast. You’ll also hear directly from the Office of Worker’s Compensation and the Department of Workforce Development about new developments, procedures, and trends. Plus, veteran work comp attorneys will offer practice pointers and candid guidance on:

  • Medicare Set-Aside cases
  • Claims involving third parties
  • And more!
Read More ↓

Sponsored By

Interested in sponsoring this program? Find out more.

Program Chair

Joshua M. Turim
Hickey & Turim, S.C.
Milwaukee

Presenters

Tracy Aiello
Director, Bureau of Claims Management
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Madison

Alex E. Eichhorn
Tabak Law LLC
Glendale

Hamdy A. Ezalarab
Director, Office of Worker’s Compensation Hearings
Division of Hearings and Appeals
Madison

Aaron P. Frederickson
MSA Source
Minneapolis

Caitlin E. Herbert
Kasdorf, Lewis & Swietlik, S.C.
Milwaukee

Robert J. Janssen
Janssen Law LLC
Green Bay

Cathy A. Lake
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Madison

Jason R. Oldenburg
Injury and Disability Law Office of Wisconsin LLC
Glendale

Karl A. VanDeHey
Borgelt, Powell, Peterson & Frauen, S.C.
Milwaukee

Scott E. Wade
von Briesen & Roper, S.C.
Waukesha

8:30 a.m. Case Law Update

  • Medical bills and bankruptcy
  • Factors in LIRC credibility determinations
  • Employment relationship and independent contractors
  • Misconduct
  • Permanent partial disability benefits and LOEC
  • Statute of Limitations
  • Unreasonable Refusal to Rehire
  • Appeals including standard of review and issue preclusion

Karl A. VanDeHey

9:20 a.m. OWCH Update

Hamdy A. Ezalarab

10:00 a.m. Break

10:15 a.m. Work Comp MSAs: What, Me Worry?

Key pain points and practical, easy-to-implement solutions

  • Understanding the WMCSA process, Medicare’s view on non-submission, and why it should not matter how they view your allocation
  • What language should (and should not) be included in every settlement agreements
  • How defense counsel can better interact with the assigned claim handler, how Applicant attorneys can better represent the injured employee, and why everyone should get along
  • Opportunities to use the Medicare Set-aside to resolve cases more effectively

Aaron P. Frederickson

11:05 a.m. DWD Update

Tracy Aiello, Cathy A. Lake

11:45 a.m. Lunch

12:45 p.m. Claims Involving a Third-Party Case

Alex E. Eichhorn

2:00 p.m. Ethical Predicaments and the Worker’s Compensation Attorney

  • Communication between Applicant attorneys and workplace managers and forepersons
  • Candor and strategy during negotiations
  • Managing your trust account when medical bills are outstanding

Caitlin E. Herbert, Robert J. Janssen, Jason R. Oldenburg, Scott E. Wade

3:00 p.m. Program Concludes

  • Catch up on the latest case law updates in less than an hour
  • Hear creative ways to maximize recovery in claims involving third parties
  • Conquer ethical dilemmas unique to worker’s comp practitioners
  • Establish best practices for claims involving Medicare recipients
  • Worker’s compensation lawyers
  • Labor and employment lawyers
  • Insurance lawyers

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Worker’s Compensation Handbook
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