WORKERS’ COMPENSATION MOTION PRACTICE
Thursday, September 14, 2006 - 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Radisson Hotel, Mt. Laurel
Thursday, October 12, 2006 - 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
The Newark Club, Newark
This unique program featured a panel including some of the most respected workers’ compensation attorneys in the state. They will review and explain procedures and techniques for successful motion practice.
The program was packed with practice pointers that have proven successful in matters ranging from Motions for Medical and Temporary Benefits, Motions for Supplemental Discovery, Motions to Join Group Health Carriers, and Motions to Preserve Testimony. You’ll take home new ideas that you can immediately apply to your current and future cases.
PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH IMPORTANT ISSUES CONFRONTING TODAY’S WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ATTORNEY, INCLUDING…
• How and when do you file a motion for medical and temporary benefits under the new Rules?
• How can you join the group health carrier and medical providers to meet new responsibilities under the recent case law?
• In what situations should you file a motion for supplemental discovery and what should be requested?
• When and why should you file a motion to preserve the testimony of a witness?
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Workers' Compensation Section
JON L. GELMAN, ESQ.
Author: “New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law” (3rd Ed, Thompson-West)
Law Offices of Jon Gelman (Wayne) (at both sites)