ReEmployAbility CEO and Founder Debra Livingston will be hosting a second free, live Work Comp Central webinar in their continued series to educate the worker’s compensation and risk management industries.
Each state has its own unique set of return-to-work laws and jurisdictional nuances with differing interpretations that can make return-to-work solutions difficult to navigate for all parties. It’s necessary for all stakeholders to understand these elements and how they impact the return-to-work process to ensure that all the correct steps are being followed in each state.
The course will explore return-to-work legislation, the unique legal climate of different states, and best practices for return-to-work programs that can reduce the impact of litigation on the employer.
Panelists will discuss jurisdictional challenges and legal components of return-to-work programs to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and tools to navigate the legal aspects of the return-to-work process across various states and implement effective solutions.
Livingston will be joined by:
- Jason D. Kolecke, Esq. – Partner at Hennessey & Roach P.C. (IL)
- Michelle C. Sebring, Esq. – Partner at Laughlin, Falbo, Levy & Moresi LLP (CA)
- M. George Waters, Esq. – Equity Partner at Eraclides Gelman (GA & TN)
- Ya’Sheaka C. Williams, Esq. – Partner at Quintairos, Prieto, Wood, & Boyer, P.A. (FL)
The Webinar is scheduled for May 24, 2023, from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST.
Register for the free Overcoming Jurisdictional Return to Work Challenges webinar on the WorkCompCentral Website.