Through the Looking Glass: Issues Surrounding Workers' Compensation in 2019 (2019 Workers' Compensation Section Annual Meeting) - North Carolina Bar Association - Online Store & Learning Gateway
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Original Program: February 8-9, 2019

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In addition to providing updates on recent developments and practice tips in the area of workers’ compensation, this program encourages attendees to look “through the looking glass” at the important issues that come into play in a workers’ compensation claim.

A wide range of topics—from mediation to immigration, and assists attendees in recognizing the outside stressors and influences affecting the daily practice of workers’ compensation—are also covered.

Attendees receive effective tools to assist with claim resolution, the handling of third-party claims/subrogation issues, and information regarding ethical issues specific to workers’ compensation claims.

Planned by the NCBA Workers' Compensation Section

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Product Information
Product Date:
February 08, 2019
Agenda
  • Update from the Industrial Commission | Allen
  • Update from the Executive Secretary's Office | Henderson
  • Mediation Medley | Babcock, Fuleihan and McGraw
  • Third-Party Claims and Subrogation Issues | Abrams and Pettigrew
  • Getting Lost in Our Own Lives (Substance Abuse/Mental Health) | Underwood
  • Case Law Update | Baker and Hamilton
  • Ethical Considerations in Workers' Compensation Claims | Crone, Eddins-Gentel and Wilson
  • Impact of Immigration in Workers' Compensation Claims | Francis, Gerlach and Hurtado
  • Medical Cost Projections and Nurse Case Management | Heidrich
Through the Looking Glass: Issues Surrounding Workers' Compensation in 2019 (2019 Workers' Compensation Section Annual Meeting)
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Standard: $570 / $515 Early
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VIDEO REPLAYS. The agenda may not include certain breakouts/tracks shown at the original program.  


Concord | Thursday-Friday, June 6-7, 2019  
Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte/Concord
7831 Gateway Lane NW Driving Directions | 704.979.2900 | Cardinal Room  
Registration: 8:45am | Day 1: 9:00am-3:30pm | Day 2: 9:00am-12:00pm 
#695CRD | Early May 16

FACULTY. 
Speaker Information
Noah B Abrams  [ view bio ]
Charlton L Allen  [ view bio ]
Jolinda J Babcock  [ view bio ]
Heather T Baker   [ view bio ]
Sarah C Blair   [ view bio ]
Charles 'Trey' Collier III   [ view bio ]
J William Crone IV  [ view bio ]
Hunter Eddins-Gentel   [ view bio ]
Casey S Francis  [ view bio ]
Neill S Fuleihan   [ view bio ]
Leann A Gerlach  [ view bio ]
Bruce A Hamilton  [ view bio ]
Lisa Heidrich, RN, ONC, CCM, QRP, LNC  [ view bio ]
Meredith R Henderson  [ view bio ]
Giovanna Hurtado   [ view bio ]
J Reid McGraw Jr   [ view bio ]
Roy G Pettigrew  [ view bio ]
Douglas Underwood  [ view bio ]
J Timothy Wilson  [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
NC State Bar
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 9.00
Workers' Compensation Law Specialization : 9.00
General: 7.00
Ethics/Professional Responsibility: 1.00
Substance Abuse/Mental Health (SA/MH): 1.00
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CONCORD VIDEO REPLAY Thursday-Friday, June 6-7, 2019 | #695CRD
NCBA Price:$0.00