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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Hot Topics in Workers Compensation Law 2013

This popular annual program will cover the year’s hottest topics - as well as what’s coming in 2013 and will provide both novice and expert workers’ compensation attorneys with a comprehensive understanding the new issues facing the practice of workers workplace injury law.

From the entirely new considerations placed on us by Social Networking sites to new and important case law and regulatory changes, you won’t want to miss this essential annual update. In just one evening, you’ll gain the confidence you need to handle the many unexpected challenges that are likely to come your way - make your plans to attend today!

As an attendee, you’ll gain insight into essential tips and strategies that will assist you in representing injured workers and/or employers, including:

• Social Networking and Workplace Litigation: Attorney Advertising Opportunities and Responsibilities

• Compliance with new CMS / MSP protocols "CMS never says goodbye..."

• New 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund Claims: What attorneys need to know about the process and NIOSH regulations qualifying 50 types of cancers

 Medical Records: How to read an emergency room chart

• The employment status of a volunteer

• Ethical considerations in handling a workers' compensation claim.

• Case Law, Legislative and Regulatory changes impacting the Workers' Compensation practice

...and more!

NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 4.5 hours of total CLE credit.

Seminar Agenda

Jon L. Gelman, Esq.
Nancy J. Johnson, Esq.
Hon. Vicki Citrino
Randy Grossman, Esq.
NJ Supreme Court Case Law Update: Jurisdictional (Lempke) and Cardiovascular (Renner) Issues
Dr. Salvatore Pepe, IV
Medical Records: How To Read An Emergency Room Chart
Vincent I. Parrett, Esq.
New 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund Claims: What Attorneys Need to Know
M. Scott Tashjy, Esq.
Ethical Considerations in Handling a Workers’ Compensation Case
Christopher P. Gargano, Esq.
Social Networking and Workplace Litigation: What You and Your Clients Need to Know. 
Jason L. Gelman, Esq.
Social Networking and Workplace Litigation: Attorney Advertising Opportunities and Responsibilities
Dorothy T. Daly, Esq.
The Employment Status of a Volunteer.
Hon. Richard E. Hickey III
Compliance With New CMS / MSP Protocols, "CMS never says goodbye..."
Jon L. Gelman, Esq.
Nancy J. Johnson, Esq.
Closing Remarks

Program Moderators / Speakers

Author, NJ Workers' Compensation Law 3rd Ed (Thompson-West)
Jon L. Gelman, LLC 

Weston Stierli McFadden & Capotorto
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Workers’ Compensation Attorney


Hon. Vickie Citrino, 
Judge of Compensation

Hon. Richard E. Hickey III, Ret.
Supervising Administrative Judge of Compensation
Of Counsel Capehart and Scatchard
(Mt. Laurel)

Dorothy T. Daly, Esq.
Christie, Pabarue, Mortensen and Young

Law Office of Christopher P. Gargano
(Jersey City)

(New York City)

Greenberg, Wallen & Grossman, LLC
(West New York)

Motley Rice LLC
(Mt. Pleasant, SC)

Dr. Salvatore Pepe IV

The Tashjy Law Firm, LLC

4pm to 8pm
The Law Center
1 Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ