Lewis Brisbois Workers’ Compensation Team to Present Hybrid CLE Seminar in Orange County

Orange County, Calif. (April 20, 2023) – Lewis Brisbois is pleased to present our upcoming 2023 Workers’ Compensation Law Seminar, taking place on May 25 at the Westin hotel in Costa Mesa. This educational program will be available for virtual access.  

The session will provide a comprehensive overview of the legal aspects of workers’ compensation law, insights on how to effectively manage workers’ compensation-related risks, and avoiding claim filing and fabrication. Topics include the “Spring 2023 Case Law Review,” presented by Sacramento Partner Ryan Frazier, “Injuries and Presumptions,” presented by Los Angeles Partner Tricia Pride, and “Return to Work After a Workers’ Compensation Injury: Why or Why Not,” by San Diego Partner Jill Grathwohl.

Additional topics and speakers include “OSHA and WC Considerations,” presented by Los Angeles Partner Frank Cannizzaro, “Defense Base Act Litigation & War Hazards Recovery,” by New Orleans Associates Shiena Marie Burke and Mariela Cruz, and “A Defense Attorney's Guide to Long Covid: Essentials, Research and Strategy for 2023,” presented by Martin Schlusselberg, MD JD MBA QME, Assistant Clinical Professor, UCR School of Medicine.

This is a can't-miss event for insurance claims/risk managers, workers' compensation administrators, corporate decision makers responsible for employee relations, human resource professionals, in-house legal counsel, chief executive officers, and financial executives. CLE credits are available.

Learn more about this seminar and register here.

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