A year of change
Changing legislation. Changing workforce trends. Changing procedures and rules.
Can you a sense a trend? The 45th Annual Worker’s Compensation Update will get you up-to-speed on all of the crucial developments affecting worker’s compensation in 2021, plus give you tools and techniques for navigating law practice in the next phase(s) of the pandemic.
All in one place, you’ll learn about:
- Potential changes affecting Permanent Total Disability Claims
- Recent interesting cases at the Labor and Industry Review Commission
- Ethics situations colleagues have faced – and tips for responding in your own practice
In-person hearings are resuming, but that doesn’t mean remote appearances are going away completely. With COVID-19 illuminating inefficiencies in the legal system, it’s important to be prepared to present your case in person or virtually.
Receive an update from the Office of Worker’s Compensation Hearings, including the latest developments, caseload, procedures, and rules. Review how to be more effective when presenting your case over remote platforms.
Injured on the (remote) job
In spring 2020, many offices had to hastily send employees home as public health restrictions forced buildings to close. Over a year later, teleworking isn’t going away. Instead, it’s becoming part of a long-term shift in how Americans work and live. So, what does that mean for employees who incur injuries in their own homes? Examine how worker’s compensation cases are treated as telecommuting increases.
Stay on top of the latest developments and receive insight and guidance tailored to worker’s compensation practice at the 45th Annual Worker’s Compensation Update.