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May Seminar 2018 – The Hikida Case

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Date Published

July 15, 2018


California Applicants' Attorneys Association


Apportionment, Workers' Compensation


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A practical look at the potential effect of Hikida on: Apportionment, Benson, Treatment (Effects/Denials), Contribution and Vocational Opinion, Discovery and Pleading Strategies.

This program has been approved for 3.0 MCLE and 3.0 Legal Specialization credits by the CA State Bar. #1279

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Joseph Capurro, Esq.

Alan Gurvey, Esq.

Michael Giachino , Esq.

Hanna Brophy

Jeffrey Berman, MD

David Freidman, MD

Arthur Lipper, Esq.

Dr. Lauren Papa

Michael Bonneau

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

The Hikida Case - Video
The Hikida Case - Handout
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