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Drafting Marital Settlement Agreements 2022

P1811-22U
This unique and in-person only workshop program will walk you through 10 important parts of drafting a marital settlement agreement. Work in small groups with each knowledgeable faculty member to get personalized advice on a variety of topics.

Please note: This program is being offered live and in-person only. It is not being recorded for later viewing.
From $300.00

Fannie Mae Requirements: Can I Still Sell My Condo?

H1619-22E
Fannie Mae Requirements: Can I Still Sell My Condo?
$60.00

View from the Bench: Q&A with Justice Holdridge

P9001-22E-08
In this panel discussion, our faculty will discuss common questions and concerns with Justice Holdridge.
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$60.00

Current Issues with Medicare Set-Aside Alternatives

P9001-22E-06
This session will provide clarity around the options available for Medicare Set-Asides (MSAs) and a variety of alternatives, as well as the pros/cons of each approach so that you are better prepared to make specific recommendations to clients based on risk tolerance, settlement goals, and cost when weighing options for:
  • Traditional MSA vs. MSA Legal Opinion
  • Traditional MSA vs. Evidence-Based MSA
  • Submit vs. Non-Submit
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$60.00

CompFile and Other Commission Technology Updates: Practical Tips & Tricks for Using the System

P9001-22E-05
In addition to an overview of the CompFile system, this session also brings you up to speed on recent updates and offers and practical tips for using the system, along with other related technology currently being used by the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission.
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$60.00

Computation of the Average Weekly Wage

P9001-22E-04
In this session, we will demonstrate the computations practitioners should use to calculate the average weekly wage to factor in:
missed days from work
overtime
seasonal employment
concurrent employment
bonuses/shift premiums
volunteers
school district employees/teachers who are paid for the year but only work 36 weeks
possible windfalls
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$60.00

The Evolving Employer-Employee Relationship

P9001-22E-03
Are changes coming to Section 1 of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act? We will look at changing employer/employee and contractual relationships and how, in the gig economy, definitions of “employee” and “employer” may be evolving, including the impact such changes will have on civil liability and who will pay compensation. Does anybody get away scott-free?
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$60.00

Caselaw Update

P9001-22E-01
Learn about recent Illinois Appellate Court cases, including Rule 23 cases, which impact the practice, with important insights for both Petitioner’s and Respondent’s attorneys. We will also discuss the Armstead decision from the Supreme Court of Illinois and recent COVID-19 decisions from the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission.
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$60.00

Nature and Extent: The Total Permanent Disability 8(d)1 vs. 8(d)2 Dilemma/Choice

P9001-22E-02
Complex Case Conclusion: This panel will address the factors and figures necessary to formulate respective settlement structures in the context of:
Vocational Rehabilitation
Odd Lot Permanent Total Disability
Wage Loss Exposure
Workplace Accommodation.
Originally part of the 9th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
$80.00

Litigating Disputed Estates and Trusts

P2208-22W
Live Webcast
$300.00

Litigating Disputed Estates and Trusts

P2208-22U
Learn from successful estate planners about tricky issues such as: navigating parentage laws and evolving assisted reproductive technologies, citations to discover/recover assets, construing and modifying wills and trusts, and detecting and proving alterations and forgeries; ethical considerations when clients have diminished capacity will also be discussed. You won’t want to miss the 6.25 hours of CLE (including 1 hour of Professional Responsibility Credit applied for) provided by this program!
From $300.00

Probate for Injury Attorneys

P2210-22U
A guide to simple probate matters frequently encountered by personal injury, workers’ compensation, and medical malpractice attorneys.
From $80.00

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