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Motion Practice before the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission

*SAMPLE MOTIONS PROVIDED * Learn about tools available to each party to advance a matter to hearing before the presiding Arbitrator, Practical Guide to Requests for Hearing, 8(a) motions, 19(b) motions and more!
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0.5 Other PR
SKU: P1812-18E-02
$29.00 or 0.50 credits
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Faculty:
*Petitioner’s Perspective
**Respondent’s Perspective

Kevin T. Veugeler, Healy Scanlon Law Firm, Chicago*
Brian Koch, Wiedner & McAuliffe, Chicago**

Originally presented as part of Work Comp Trial Boot Camp, available in its entirety as P1812-18U.

Faculty:
*Petitioner’s Perspective
**Respondent’s Perspective

Kevin T. Veugeler, Healy Scanlon Law Firm, Chicago*
Brian Koch, Wiedner & McAuliffe, Chicago**

Originally presented as part of Work Comp Trial Boot Camp, available in its entirety as P1812-18U.

Products specifications
Program Date9/28/2018
Products specifications
Program Date9/28/2018
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