Webinars & WebcastsThe current COVID-19 pandemic has seemingly changed the landscape of employment law overnight. As employers navigate their way through current and former employee situations related to COVID19, it is certain that employee claims and litigation will arise. This course will outline five of the most likely types of claims employers will see in this new environment.View Details
Webinars & WebcastsThe webinar is intended to walk participants through the hiring process from the application stage to the hiring process to on boarding your new employee. The webinar will cover common mistakes and risks you may not be considering when screening your applicants. We will also address common employment policies, such as noncompete, and when you should consider them. In essence, best practices for every step of bringing on a new employee.View Details
Webinars & WebcastsThis presentation will explore the likely effects of the COVID-19 crisis on civil jurors’ attitudes, beliefs, and decision-making processes from an evidence-based perspective. In addition to examining the psychological impacts of COVID-19 on jurors, the presenters will discuss changes in jurors’ attitudes towards corporations and corporate defendants and the influence that corporate responses to COVID-19 may have on juror decisions. Attendees also will learn how the COVID-19 crisis may affect jurors’ expectations for and perceptions of key witnesses. Most importantly, this presentation will discuss strategies for successfully navigating and even capitalizing on this crisis in order to promote positive case outcomes.View Details
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Attendees will hear from two seasoned trucking attorneys and an experienced medical billing professional with an extensive background in analyzing medical billing procedures and determining the reasonable value of medical services regarding medical funding utilized in personal injury and trucking litigation. Specifically, attendees will hear about the different types of medical funding models (doctors who self-finance, factoring, medical funding companies, etc.), discovery tactics that can be utilized by defense lawyers to obtain relevant and critical medical funding information, and an overview of case law addressing the relevance of medical funding discovery and admissibility of medical funding information at trial. Additionally, attendees will learn examples of questionable billing practices (i.e., overcharging, upcoding, unbundling, etc.) and how billing experts can be utilized to help defense attorneys analyze whether the medical expenses incurred by a plaintiff were reasonable.