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Workers’ Compensation 101: Introductory Topics - AD042610

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CBA members must log in to the website to access our self-study CLE resources for free. Non-members should call (844)469-2221 to learn how to gain access to these free resources.

This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Workers' Compensation 101: Introductory Topics" CLE, presented on April 26, 2010.

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Workers’ Compensation 101: Introductory Topics

Program Time
2.0 Hours

Presented by the Young Lawyers Section

About the Program
This introductory level course will introduce practitioners to the basics of workers’ compensation—providing a broad understanding of the Workers’ Compensation Act from both sides of the claim. Find out the nuts and bolts of the claims process, including informal, pre-formal, and formal hearings, as well as appeals. 

Program Faculty
Co-chairs
Colin P. Mahon, Mahon Quinn & Mahon PC, Meriden
Maribeth M. McGloin, Maher Williams, Fairfield
Matthew S. Necci, Montstream & May LLP, Glastonbury

Speakers
Lawrence F. Morizio, Cousins Desrosiers & Morizio PC, Stratford

Who Should Purchase
Attorneys and paralegals who wish to learn more about the system and how it works, and those who are considering expanding their practices into this field. Human resource professionals who want to understand the system and what can be claimed or defended.