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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
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9001-22E-01
$60.00 or 0.75 credits
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Expires: 2/1/2024

Faculty: Arnold G. RubinRubin Law Group, Ltd., Chicago     

Expires: 2/1/2024

Faculty: Arnold G. RubinRubin Law Group, Ltd., Chicago     

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Program Date3/3/2022
Session from:9h Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
Products specifications
Program Date3/3/2022
Session from:9h Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
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