5TH ANNUAL THIS YEAR IN WORKERS’ COMP – THE TOP ISSUES & CASES
Hear an expert analysis of key cases decided during the past year
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Workers’ Compensation Section
Tuesday, July 08, 2008 4:00 PM to 8:00 PMNew Jersey Law Center, New Brunswick / S1485d-14533
This fifth annual program features a panel of some of the most respected Workers' Conmpensation Judges and attorneys, who will review and provide insight on the top issues and cases that have emerged during the past year.
This fast-paced program will be packed with practical pointers that have proven successful in matters ranging from jurisdictional issues through coverage of employment. The program will expand your horizons and broaden your practice potential into expanding in developing areas of the law such as the Longshore Act, Defense Base Act claims, and actions involving New York jurisdiction, including 9/11 claims. Make plans to register today!
PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH THE TOP ISSUES CONFRONTING TODAY’S WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ATTORNEYS, INCLUDING…
• Proving that a claim arose out of, and occurred in, the course of the employment: Mojica v. The Valley Hospital
• Interpreting the "Going and Coming Rule" to prove your case: Scott v. Foodarama Supermarkets • Determing jurisdiction of the court: Morella v. Grand Union/New Jersey Self-Insurers Guaranty Association 193 N.J. 350 (2008), Kibler v. Roxbury Bd. of Educ. 392 N.J. Super. 45 App. Div. 2007) , Flick v. PMA Ins. Co. and Kathleen Reed, 394 N.J. Super. 605 (App. Div. 2007)• What you need to know about counsel fees: Alvarado v. J & J Snack Foods Corp.
• How to handle a Longshore and/or Defense Base Act Claim
• What you need to know about NJ 911 exposure filing and proof requirements
Moderator:JON L. GELMAN, ESQ.
STEPHEN C. EMBRY, ESQ.
NANCY J. JOHNSON, ESQ.
EDGAR N. ROMANO, ESQ.
Click here to print paper registration form http://www.njicle.com/ICLEOrderForm.pdf