Attorneys Joe Jones and Gregory Lois present practical methods for closing New Jersey Medical Provider Claims. The attorneys discuss recent case law developments, tactics for negotiating closures, and trial strategy. The video and handout materials (below) are from the live presentation provided to the Firm’s clients on May 6, 2019.
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On Monday, May 6, 2019 at 1PM EST, Attorneys Greg Lois and Joe Jones discuss Medical Provider Claims in New Jersey. The two seasoned litigators will present practical methods for closing these claims and will talk about case law developments, tactics for negotiating closures, and trial strategy. Participants can join by computer or can call in and listen on the conference line (no computer needed).
Attorney Gregory Lois discusses the defense of non-employment in New Jersey workers’ compensation claims. We discuss “gig economy” workers, brand employees, and staffing companies in this presentation. The video (below) is from the live presentation provided to the Firm’s clients on April 22, 2019.
Lois Attorneys Christian Sison and Managing Partner Greg Lois discuss the definition “employee” under the New York Workers’ Compensation Law. The attorneys examine the defense of “non-employment” in the benefits context as well as practical application of the definition to independent contractors, brand ambassadors, and gig economy workers. This video is taken from the April 15, 2019 webinar provided by the Firm.
Attorney Joe Jones leads a presentation on New Jersey’s mandatory e-Filing program now in place for all workers’ compensation cases. Jones discusses the system, how to set it up, and how it can benefit respondents litigating in New Jersey’s Division of Workers’ Compensation. The video (below) is from the live presentation provided to the Firm’s clients on March 25, 2019.
On March 25, 2019 the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board will complete its technology upgrade to all workers’ compensation courts throughout the state. This transition to mandatory, statewide virtual hearings caps off a year-long project by the Board to roll out virtual hearings across the State and make attorney check in through the virtual hearing system a requirement across the entire system. Lois Attorneys Christian Sison and Managing Partner Greg Lois discuss what this means for employers and carriers.