CWCI's 23rd Annual California Workers' Compensation Case Law Seminar (on-demand webinar, available starting 6/10/21)
A 5-hour seminar recorded May 18, 2021. The program, presented by defense attorneys Saul Allweiss and Richard Jacobsmeyer, and applicants’ attorney Elizabeth Hudson, and moderated by CWCI General Counsel Ellen Sims Langille, provides practical insight from both sides of the courtroom in an entertaining and enlightening way. In addition to providing updates on recent rulings, the speakers identify issues related to recent statutory and regulatory changes, examine old case law to see what still applies and what does not, and offer workers’ comp claims and legal professionals a fresh look at the impact of case law. The audio-visual presentation highlights case details and provides factual backgrounds and other key elements for every case on the agenda, and registrants receive a link to the electronic version of the course materials (including hyperlinks to actual decisions) which they can download to a laptop or print out prior to viewing the webinar. The program qualifies for MCLE and CEU credits.
CWCI Schedules Training on the New Med-Legal Fee Schedule (On-Demand Webinar, Available starting 3/22/21)
A one-hour webinar to introduce workers’ compensation professionals to changes to the California Workers’ Compensation Medical-Legal Fee Schedule (MLFS) that the Division of Workers’ Compensation has filed with the Office of Administrative Law. The revised schedule is slated to take effect for services rendered on or after 4/1/21.