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  On Friday, June 26, 2020 at 10:00 am (CST) a panel of experienced workers’ compensation defense attorneys representing different states will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled: Navigating Post-Injury Wage Earning Capacity in a COVID World.  This is the seventh in a series of free webinars sponsored by WorkersCompensation.com in collaboration with the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network at the Center for Education Excellence.   The webinars are free. All you have to do…
  On Monday, June 15, 2020 at 10:00 am (CST) a panel of experienced workers’ compensation defense attorneys representing different states will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled: Prepare and Respond: Challenges Employers May Face in the Post COVID-19 Work Environment.  This is the sixth in a series of free webinars sponsored by WorkersCompensation.com in collaboration with the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network at the Center for Education Excellence.   The webinars are free. All…
  On Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 1:00 pm (CST) a panel of experienced workers’ compensation defense attorneys representing different states will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled: T.P. and Zoom and Psych Claims, Oh My!  This is the fifth in a series of free webinars sponsored by WorkersCompensation.com in collaboration with the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network at the Center for Education Excellence.   The webinars are free. All you have to do is…
  On Monday, June 1, 2020 at 11:00 am (CST) a panel of experienced workers’ compensation defense attorneys representing different regions of the United States will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled:Establishing a “New Normal”During COVID-19. This is the fourth in a series of free webinars sponsored by WorkersCompensation.com in collaboration with the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network at the Center for Education Excellence.   The webinars are free. All you have to…
    On April 24, 2020, the presiding judge of the 10th Judicial Circuit of Alabama, Jefferson County, entered an Administrative Order concerning the holding of non-jury court proceedings by video or audio conference so long as the Alabama Supreme Court Order remains in place restricting in person hearing.  The Supreme Court Order, which was to expire April 30th, was extended to May 15th.   This Administrative Order included that judges shall have discretion to…
  On April 30, 2020, Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Tom Parker, issued an Order which extended all previously issued administrative orders related to COVID-19.  As a result, the following rules will remain in place through May 15, 2020:     All in-person court proceedings are suspended. Any workers’ compensation settlement hearing in any court may be conducted telephonically or by videoconferencing. Any workers’ compensation settlement may be approved by an ombudsman of the Alabama
  On Monday, April 27, 2020 at 10:00 am (CST) a panel of experienced workers’ compensation defense attorneys representing different regions of the United States will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled“The COVID-19 Ripple Effect: Economic and Medical Impact on the Payment of Temporary Disability Benefits” at the Center for Education Excellence. This is the second of a series of free webinars sponsored by WorkersCompensation.com in collaboration with the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network
  On April 6, 2020 at 10:00am (CST) Minnesota attorney, Mark Kleinschmidt, will present a timely and comprehensive webinar entitled “COVID-19: FACTS and FEAR for a Workers’ Compensation Claim” at the Center for Education Excellence. This is the first of a series of free webinars sponsored by WorkersCompensation.com in collaboration with the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network.   The webinars are free. All you have to do is register.   REGISTER HERE FOR
  On March 26, Governor Kay Ivey issued a proclamation that temporarily allows notaries who are licensed attorneys or operating under the supervision of a licensed attorney to notarize signatures through videoconferencing programs and confirm the signatures of witnesses who participate virtually through videoconferencing as if they were physically present at the signing.  In addition, any person who witnesses a document through videoconferencing technology can now be considered an “in person” witness, provided that the…