USLAW hosts several webinars each month that cover a variety of legal topics. Mark your calendar, save the date and join USLAW in October for one or all of the following USLAW EduNet Webinars hosted by USLAW members, practice groups and corporate partners.
Oct. 17, 2013
USLAW Retail Law Webinar: Retail CCTV Systems: Avoid Shooting Yourself in the Foot
Closed-circuit television systems are becoming ubiquitous as camera and digital storage technologies rapidly evolve. When properly utilized in retail settings, these systems have great potential to help the claim and litigation handling process. When improperly implemented, these systems have the potential to ruin defenseable claims. This USLAW webinar will discuss both best and worst practices with real-life examples of CCTV gone bad.
- Sidney J. Hardy, McCranie Sistrunk Anzelmo Hardy McDaniel & Welch LLC, New Orleans, La.
- Michael P. Lowry, Thorndal, Armstrong, Delk, Balkenbush & Eisinger, Las Vegas, Nev.
Oct. 25, 2013
USLAW Corporate Partner Webinar: The Real Deal About Structured Settelements
This is an important webinar for professionals in today’s legal market. You will learn the real deal about structured settlements in a way that simplifies what may seem complex. Learn about tax free status, long-term financial security and how rated ages count in a life plan. Think structured settlements are only good for big cases? Think again! Government rules about Medicare set-a-sides got you scratching your head? This webinar will help clear up the confusion. Hear how a structured settlement representative can help all parties in mediation. And find out the real deal about annuities and current interest rate myths. This webinar will be led by Stephen M. Faraci of USLAW member firm LeClairRyan and John L. Machir, Senior VP at Ringler Associates, President of the National Structured Settlement Association (NSSTA) and a respected member of USLAW Network.
Oct. 30, 2013
USLAW EduNet Webinar: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: MSP Compliance Today and The Impact on Litigation and Claim Handling!
Medicare or concerns for whether we are compliant with the Medicare Secondary Payer Act should not be a prohibitive factor in investigative, defending or settling claims. This session will provide attendees with an update relating to statutory, regulatory and judicial developments, changes, and trends which impact our industry and the handling of claims from start to finish. Attendees will understand key concepts and strategies which they should consider integrating into there claim handling programs and personal injury litigation practices providing them with the tools they need to ensure compliance while still achieving the overarching goal of claim closure. What every risk and litigation manager, as well as defense attorney, should know in pursuit of their efforts to achieve MSP compliance and claim closure without incurring unnecessary increases in indemnity or litigation expenses.
Thomas S. Thornton, III, Carr Allison, Birmingham, Ala.