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9th Annual Workers’ Compensation Institute: Back to the Future (Practicing Workers’ Compensation in 2022)

Take your Workers’ Compensation practice to the next level by delving into complex issues facing both Petitioners' and Respondents' attorneys. IICLE®’s 9th Annual Workers’ Compensation Institute offers current and up-to-date sessions on hot topics like the Medicare Set Aside Alternatives, CompFile Updates and more.
Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording.
From $300.00

Practical Tips in Workers' Comp for Handling Appeals, Writing Briefs, and Presenting Oral Arguments

A panel of distinguished decision-makers offers a unique perspective on their analysis of cases from arbitration-level proceedings through further reviews and appeals through the Commission and the Appellate Court.

E-Filing and Workers' Comp: Rules, Regulations and the New CompFile System

Learn about the rules and statutes governing e-filing and get an update on applicable case law, with special insights on e-filing from the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission.

How to Identify Patients with Aberrant Opioid Behaviors: What Your Practice Can Do

Learn about the impact of the opioid epidemic on clients with chronic pain issues and how this impacts your work comp practice.

Workers’ Compensation and Parking Lot Cases

Learn the “general premises” rule and its exceptions, and the significance of the Walker Brothers decision. Also learn how to effectively analyze and prepare cases involving vehicle accidents and those involving the condition of parking lots.

Ethical Communication in the Workers’ Compensation Arena

Petitioners’ and Respondents’ attorneys discuss ethical issues that may arise in the representation of workers' compensation clients, including: medical communications; potential conflicts regarding respondent employer vs. respondent insurance company; physician-patient privilege; and the attorney-client relationship.

Witness Testimony: Making the Most of Illinois Supreme Court Discovery Rules and Other Best Practices

A panel of experienced attorneys, including an IWCC Arbitrator, discuss the use of Supreme Court Rules 204, 216, 213(f) and 213(g) and other best practices for securing effective testimony from witnesses.

Handling Medical Evidence in Work Comp Cases

Provides an overview of evidentiary rules for the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission and insights from Arbitrators on best practices for presentation of medical evidence.