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Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation Law 2017 Seminar
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Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation Law 2017 Seminar

 Hot Topics in Workers Compensation Law 2017
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 5pm-8:35pm

Don’t miss this important all-new update for 2017 with important information that you can immediately put to use.
First, experts will give you a case law update on the latest cases to affect your practice including Hendrickson vs United Parcel Service-Edison and Maryann Grande, R.N. vs. St Clare’s Health System.

Second, what’s the view from the bench? Receive insights from esteemed judges as they provide tips to help you advance your cases to successful conclusions.
Third, close that case in 24 months! You will receive strategies for bringing your cases to a successful conclusion in a timely manner.
Fourth, facilities update for Plainfield. There was some concern about moving from Elizabeth to the new space but it has worked out well. Judges and attorneys will give you the information that you need to know when you are appearing in court in Plainfield.
Last, but certainly not least, there will be an important segment on ethics including the ethics of fee-splitting and the proposed changes to the requirement that attorneys must close 120 cases in order to be certified.
Program Includes:
Case law update – Richard N. Schibell, Esq.
Judicial Strategies to Advance your case to a Sucessful Conclusion - Hon. George Geist; , Hon. Ashley Hutchinson; Hon. Maria Del Valle- 
How to Close Your Case in 24 Months - Ann DeBellis, Esq.
The Ethics of Fee Splitting – time for a change - Nancy J. Johnson, Esq.
Facilities Update - Hon. Maria Del-Valle Koch; Thomas Capotorto, Esq.
Jon L. Gelman, Esq,. Author of Workers' Compensation Law (Thomson-Reuters) (Wayne)
Nancy J. Johnson, Esq,, Certified by the Supreme Court as a Workers’ Compensation Law Attorney, Capehart & Scatchard (Mt. Laurel)
From the Bench:
Hon. Maria Del Valle-Koch, Supervising Judge of Compensation (Plainfield)
Hon. George Geist, Supervising Judge of Compensation (Mt. Holly)
Hon. Ashley Hutchinson, Administrative Supervising Judge of Compensation (New Brunswick)
From the Bar:
Thomas Capotorto, Esq.
Ann P. De Bellis, Esq.
Richard N. Schibell, Esq. 
 Click here for PDF registration form.
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Updated: August 8, 2017


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