2019 Winter Convention Bundle

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$995 for Non-members

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Register for all 11 programs from our 2019 Winter Convention and save! Earn 13.5 General credits and 1.25 Ethics Credits. Legal Specialization also applies for most courses in the bundle.

Programs Included in this Bundle
  1. 2019 Winter Convention: Addition According to Kite
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • Why add impairments?
    • AMA Guides, pages 9-10, Section 1.4
    • Can Kite be applied utilizing different medical specialties?
    • Is a "synergistic effect" required?
    • The De La Cerda and Taina cases


    Panel: Justin Sonnicksen, Esq. (Moderator); Bert Arnold, Esq.; Jack Goldfarb, Esq.; Mark Hyman, M.D.

    Credit: 1.25 MCLE, 1.25 Legal Specialization, 1.0 QME

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Addition According to Kite - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  2. 2019 Winter Convention: Benson - How and Why Exceptions Apply
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • Is there one continuous trauma injury, multiple specific and CT injuries, or are the injuries “inextricably intertwined?” • Evidence needed to prove separate injuries • Does Wilkinson still exist? • The Herrera case

    Panel: Elliot Berkowitz, Esq. (Moderator); Dirk Stemerman, Esq.; Erika Vargas, Esq.; Rosanne Wong, Esq.; Rosabel Young, M.D.

    Credit: 1.25 MCLE, 1.25 Legal Specialization, 1.0 QME

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Benson - How and Why Exceptions Apply - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  3. 2019 Winter Convention: Strategies to Challenge and Rebut Panel QME Reports
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • Procedural Grounds
    • PQME reporting requirements
    • Substantial medical evidence: Improper causation and apportionment
    • Cross-examination of PQME doctors
    • Using trater reports to rebut PQME


    Panel: Rick Wooley, Esq. (Moderator); Keith More, Esq.; Julie Hirsch, Esq.; Steven Feinberg, M.D.

    Credit: 1.5 MCLE, 1.5 Legal Specialization, 1.0 QME

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Strategies to Challenge and Rebut Panel QME Reports - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  4. 2019 Winter Convention: The Third Party Credit/Employer Negligence Trial - Everything you need to know to Litigate a Case
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • A case study from start to finish will be presented
    • Sample correspondence, affidavits, briefs
    • Time for trial! How to get your case tried to submission with witness and admissible evidence

    Panel: Adam Dombchik, Esq. (Moderator); Eustace de Saint Phalle, Esq.; Honorable Craig Glass

    Credit: 1.0 MCLE

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • The Third Party Credit/Employer Negligence Trial - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  5. 2019 Winter Convention: The Dynamex Case - Employee v. Independent Contractor
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • Does Dynamex apply to workers' compensation law?
    • Borello and The ABC test
    • Uber, Lyft cases
    • The impact on the workers' compensation system and on workers' compensation insurance
    • How to litigate a Dynamex issue

    Panel: Larry Stern, Esq. (Moderator); Russell Ghitterman, Esq.; Aaron Kaufman, Esq.

    Credit: 1.25 MCLE, 1.25 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • The Dynamex Case - Employee v. Independent Contractor - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  6. 2019 Winter Convention: Commissioners’ Panel
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    The WCAB Commissioners discuss recent board panel decisions and the state of the WCAB.

    Panel: Chairperson Katherine Zalewski; Commissioner Deidra Lowe; Commissioner Marguerite Sweeney; Commissioner Jose Razo; Commissioner Anne Schmitz; Commissioner Craig Snellings

    Credit: 1.0 MCLE, 1.0 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Commissioners’ Panel - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  7. 2019 Winter Convention: Marvin Shapiro Memorial - Most Important Cases
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    The esteemed panel provides a critical review of the significant cases from the last 6 months

    Panel: Megan Ruble, Esq. (Moderator); Joe Capurro, Esq.; William Herreras, Esq.; Ronald Feenberg, Esq.; Honorable Colleen Casey

    Credit: 2.0 MCLE, 2.0 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Marvin Shapiro Memorial - Most Important Cases - Video 1
    • Marvin Shapiro Memorial - Most Important Cases - Video 2
    Credit
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    CA
  8. 2019 Winter Convention: How to Work with the Medicare Set-Aside that Lands on Your Desk
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • What do you do when the amount of the set-aside created by the defendant's vendor is too low? Too high?
    • How and when do you communicate with the set-aside vendor?
    • How do you challenge the set-aside with the vendor? With CMS?
    • Structuring the set-aside
    • Administering the set-aside

    Panel: Bret Graham, Esq. (Moderator); Dennis Thomas, Esq.; Tiffany Speers, Esq.; Steve Chapman

    Credit: 1.25 MCLE, 1.25 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • How to Work with the Medicare Set-Aside that Lands on Your Desk - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  9. 2019 Winter Convention: Understanding Vocational Apportionment v. Medical Apportionment
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • Understanding causation of "disability" (as contrasted with causation of injury or causation of impairment)
    • Distinctions between vocational apportionment and medical apportionment
    • Estrada and Ramirez cases
    • Deposing vocational consultants

    Panel: Art Johnson, Esq. (Moderator); Barry Gorelick, Esq.; Honorable Clint Feddersen; Honorable Eric Ledger

    Credit: 1.5 MCLE, 1.5 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Understanding Vocational Apportionment v. Medical Apportionment - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  10. 2019 Winter Convention: Tips for Ensuring Ethical Representation at the WCAB
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • "This isn't my file"
    • Ex-parte communication
    • 8 CCR 1056; LC§5813
    •Modifying boilerplate language on Compromise & Release
    • Professional demeanor and decorum

    Panel: Christel Schoenfelder, Esq. (Moderator); David Dugan, Esq.; Edvin Minassian, Esq.; Matthew Gale, Esq.; Honorable Ivy Mi

    Credit: 1.25 Ethics, 1.25 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Tips for Ensuring Ethical Representation at the WCAB - Video
    Credit
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    CA
  11. 2019 Winter Convention: Who's Got the Ball? The Burden of Proof
    Recorded at our 2019 Winter Convention.

    • Whose burden is it?
    • How to develop the record
    • Substantial medical evidence
    • Apportionment

    Panel: Bernie Baltaxe, Esq. (Moderator); James Yoro, Esq.; Adam Turner, Esq.; Honorable Linda Atcherley

    Credit: 1.5 MCLE, 1.5 Legal Specialization

    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Who's Got the Ball? The Burden of Proof - Video
    Credit
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    CA

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