Settlements with Medicare Set Asides: Where the Industry is Today and How are we Building a Better Process for Tomorrow

DATE POSTED November 10, 2020
WEBINAR
This program focuses on the obligations under the Medicare Act relating to whether, when, how and why to protect Medicare’s future interest in the context of a workers’ compensation and how liability cases continue to frustrate the industry. Tom Thornton and Porter Leslie discuss whether it is a result of an impasse to settlement negotiations […] Continue reading...

The Employment Law Horizon: Hot Topics and Trends in the COVID-19 World

DATE POSTED July 16, 2020
NEWS
The world of employment law has undergone a shakeup with new and challenging issues from the latest on marijuana in the workplace to regulation reform to the Family and Medical Leave Act, and of course the potential impact of Covid-19. This presentation will bring you up to speed on the new frontiers. Are you prepared […] Continue reading...

Work/Life Management and How This Will Change Post-Pandemic

DATE POSTED July 9, 2020
NEWS
Lawyers have always been used to multi-tasking and wearing many hats as we navigate through our personal and professional lives. As the country (and the world) shut down this past March, many of us started having to wear many of those hats all at the same time, and in the same physical space. As many […] Continue reading...

COVID King: Investigating and Defending the Liability Mayhem and Madness (Part 2)

DATE POSTED June 9, 2020
NEWS
As government officials throughout the country debate re-opening businesses to the public, insurance and risk management professionals must prepare to face a variety of COVID-19 related liability claims. Given the rarity of global pandemics, companies and organizations of all types likely have not previously considered how accepted standards of care will be handled in emergency […] Continue reading...

COVID King: Investigating and Defending the Liability Mayhem and Madness (Part 1)

DATE POSTED June 4, 2020
NEWS
As government officials throughout the country debate re-opening businesses to the public, insurance and risk management professionals must prepare to face a variety of COVID-19 related liability claims. Given the rarity of global pandemics, companies and organizations of all types likely have not previously considered how accepted standards of care will be handled in emergency […] Continue reading...

Pandemic Cybersecurity Related Issues and the New Normal

DATE POSTED June 2, 2020
NEWS
As Covid-19 quickly turned us into a remote workforce, cyber risk and the number of attacks increased exponentially. Hackers have remained on the prowl for the path of least resistance to a company’s systems and to expose vulnerabilities for executing attacks. What are your legal responsibilities in today’s digital world?  This question has become increasingly […] Continue reading...

Great Expectations: Managing Eccentric and Difficult Plaintiffs (and Their Attorneys)

DATE POSTED May 28, 2020
NEWS
Great Expectations: Managing Eccentric and Difficult Plaintiffs (and Their Attorneys) We all have handled claims and defended cases where the plaintiff has an unrealistic expectation as to certain damages, such as the nature and extent of personal injury or wage losses that lack proof. Sometimes those plaintiffs are represented by attorneys who equally have outsized […] Continue reading...

Navigating Medicare Compliance: Strategies and Best Practices Relating to Management and Resolution of Non-Litigated and Litigated Liability Claims

DATE POSTED May 26, 2020
NEWS
Obligations under the Medicare Act involving a liability claim arise when the release is signed.  Compliance should not begin with the immediate involvement of a Medicare vendor. To achieve compliance, one who is negotiating a settlement must focus on the settlement terms and associated language within the release with an appreciation and understanding of the […] Continue reading...

Moving Litigation Forward: Remote Inspections During COVID-19

DATE POSTED May 21, 2020
NEWS
The presence of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced attorneys and experts to adapt and overcome mobility and social distancing restrictions put in place by local and federal governments. Born out of these constraints are the limitations placed on conducting site visits and laboratory inspections. In order to temporarily circumnavigate delays in litigation, remote inspections […] Continue reading...

Investigating and Defending the COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation Claim

DATE POSTED May 14, 2020
NEWS
The insurance industry is already feeling the effects of COVID-19, and corporate counsel, program managers, claims representatives and brokers are all under intense pressure to develop strategies for prompt and thorough claims investigations and defense.  Tune in for a discussion of best practices for claims investigations, analyses of some of the most pressing workers’ compensation […] Continue reading...