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2018 Winter Convention

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Date Published

January 25, 2018

Publisher

California Applicants' Attorneys Association

Subjects

2018 Winter Convention, Apportionment, Defense Tactics, Ethics, Genetics, Labor Issues, MPNs, Politics and Policy, QMEs, RFA Writing

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Summary

CAAA’s 2018 Winter Convention at the Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage, CA. Includes the following programs:

- Getting MPNs to do Their Job
- Not-so-Special Delivery: Common Defense Tactics That Interfere with the Delivery of Injured Worker Benefits
- Brave New World: The QME Quagmire in 2018
- The 10 Most Important Things to Know to Successfully Represent Injured Workers
- The Art and Science of RFA Writing
- Commissioners’ Panel
- Marvin Shapiro Memorial: Most Important Cases
- The Winds of Change: The Future is Now; Current Labor Issues Affecting our Practice
- House Cleaning: The New Rules of Ethics
- New Considerations Addressing Permanent Disability and Apportionment
- The Science of Genetics: Legal Apportionment or Politics?
- Carveouts: Debunking the Myths of Alternatives to the Workers’ Compensation System as We Know It


Minimum Continuing Legal Education: 16.00 MCLE (including 1.25 Ethics)
Legal Specialization in Workers’ Compensation: 13.50 MCLE
Division of Workers’ Compensation: 1.25 QME

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Presenters

Larry Stern, Esq.


Thomas Martin, Esq.


Judge David Brotman


Jill Singer, Esq.


Ed Stone, Esq.


Dennis Popalardo, Esq.


Roxana Soltani, Esq.


Mark Vickness, Esq.


Jamey Teitell, Esq.


Gary Kaplan, Esq.


Charles Rondeau, Esq.


Jamie Berenson, Esq.


Thu Do, Esq.


Sue Honor, Esq.


Alan Gurvey, Esq.


Keith More, Esq.


Tina Odjaghian, Esq.


John Bloom, Esq.


Jack Breslavsky, Esq.


Beatriz Trejo, Esq.


Bruce Fishman, M.D.


Brendan Morley, MD

Pain Management

Marguerite Sweeney, Commissioner


Jose Razo, Commissioner


Katherine Dodd, Commissioner


Megan Ruble, Esq.


Joseph Capurro, Esq.


William Herreras, Esq.


Ronald Feenberg, Esq.


Larry Silver, Esq.


Hon. Lisa Sussman


Adam Dombchik, Esq.


Marc Marcus, Esq.


Bernardo de la Torre, Esq.


Diane Worley, Esq.


Richie Ross, Esq.

CAAA Political Consultant

Jack Don, Esq.


Ellen Pansky, Esq.


Dominic Dugo, Esq.


Teena Barton


Sherry Grant, Esq.


Robert McLaughlin, Esq.


Gil Stein, Esq.


Dr. Timothy Reynolds


Hon. Clint Feddersen


Julius Young, Esq.


Sarah Carr, Esq.
Uriarte & Carr


Jake Jacobsmeyer, Esq.


Jacob Rosenberg, M.D.


Mark Edelstein, Esq.


Robert Sherwin, Esq.


Steven Siemers, Esq.


Maria Mariotto


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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following titles and components:

Getting MPNs To Do Their Job - Video
2018 Winter Convention Syllabus - Handout
Brave New World: The QME Quagmire in 2018 - Video
The 10 Most Important Things to Know to Successfully Represent Injured Workers - Video
The Art and Science of RFA Writing - Video
Commissioners’ Panel - Video
Marvin Shapiro Memorial: Most Important Cases - Video
The Winds of Change: The Future is Now; Current Labor Issues Affecting our Practice - Video
House Cleaning: The New Rules of Ethics - Video
House Cleaning: The New Rules of Ethics - Paper
New Considerations Addressing Permanent Disability and Apportionment - Video
The Science of Genetics: Legal Apportionment or Politics? - Video
Carveouts: Debunking the Myths of Alternatives to the Workers’ Compensation System as We Know It - Video
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Credit

If applicable, you may obtain credit in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously for this program (see pending/approved list below). If electing credit for this program, registrants in jurisdictions not listed below will receive a Certificate of Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in other jurisdictions. Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant completing all the requirements of the program as determined by the selected accreditation authority.

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