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Ensure your organization's Workers' Compensation system is benefiting from best practices and is compliant with recent regulatory changes.
This year's class will include:
- National Update - Relevant Judicial and Legislative Changes
- An Update on the Use of Opioid and Narcotic Medication, and Marijuana, in the Workers' Compensation System -- Are the Legislative and Rule Changes Having an Impact
- Surveillance - When, Where and How to Maximize Its Impact
- Overview of the Pros and Cons of Modified Duty and Accommodation of Restrictions — "Must We" and "Should We" Employ the Individual Who Has Medical Restrictions, and How Might this Intersect with Employment Law
- Idiopathic and Unexplained Injuries - Law and Practice
- Independent Medical Examinations from the Expert's Perspective
- Reading and Interpreting the Independent Medical Examination Report
- Mock Deposition and Mock Trial
Reconnect with your fellow CWCPs, share ideas and experiences, and expand and strengthen your professional network!
This year's engaging and interactive program provides half of your continuing education requirement for recertification (14 credits). Attending the CWCP Follow-Up Program annually will fulfill the 28-credit requirement needed to maintain your certification.
Note: This program is open only to Certified Workers' Compensation Professionals.
Steven J. Pollok, JD, is president and senior partner of Rapaport, Pollok, Farrell & Waldron, P.C. of Lansing, Michigan. He has specialized in practicing workers' compensation law for almost 30 years as a claimant's attorney. He has also taught workers' compensation law as an adjunct professo...
Michael Sanders, JD, is a partner and serves as firm president at Foster, Swift, Collins and Swift, PC in Lansing Michigan. For the past 36 years, Mike has devoted his law practice to the defense of employers, third party administrators and insurance companies in the workers' compensation arena. ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.