2018 Winter Convention

Published by California Applicants' Attorneys Association


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

Presenters
Lawrence 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
Anne Schmitz, Commissioner
Megan Ruble, Esq.
Joseph Capurro, Esq.
William Herreras, Esq.
Ron Feenberg, Esq.
Larry Silver, Esq.
Hon. Lisa Sussman
Adam Domchik, 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.
Timothy Reynolds, MD
Hon. Clint Feddersen
Julius Young, Esq.
Sarah Carr, Esq.
Jake Jacobsmeyer, Esq.
Jacob Rosenberg, MD
Mark Edelstein, Esq.
Robert Sherwin, Esq.
Steven Siemers, Esq.
Maria Mariotto

Originally Published

January 25, 2018


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following titles and components:

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

How To Attend

Join the self-paced program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer and high speed internet connection. You may start and stop the program at your convenience, continue where you left off, and review supporting materials as often as you like. Please note: Internet Explorer is no longer a supported browser. We recommend using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari for best results.


Technical Requirements

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Credit

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