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2005 Workers' Compensation Seminar



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Date: 04/22/2005

NEBRASKA ASSOCIATION OF TRIAL ATTORNEYS

WORKERS COMPENSATION SEMINAR

Friday, April 22, 2005, Quarry Oaks Clubhouse, Ashland, Nebraska

Program Co-Chairs:
James F. Fenlon, Law Office of James F. Fenlon, Omaha
Lee S. Loudon, Law Office of Lee S. Loudon, P.C., L.L.O., Lincoln

Speakers' Materials - Table of Contents

EVIDENTIARY ISSUES: WHAT COMES IN AND WHAT STAYS OUT?
Michael W. Meister, The Law Office of Michael W. Meister, Scottsbluff

DEATH BENEFITS: WHAT BENEFITS ARE PAYABLE WHEN THE EMPLOYEE DIES AS A RESULT OF THE INJURIES
Charles E. Dorwart, Law Offices of James R. Brown, P.C., L.L.O, Omaha

REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION OF CORRECTNESS: IS IT ENOUGH TO SHOW THAT TWO COUNSELORS SIMPLY DISAGREE?
James J. Paloucek, Norman, Paloucek & Herman, North Platte

RETALIATORY DISCHARGE: HOW TO PREPARE FOR TRIAL AND WHAT DAMAGES CAN THE DISCHARGED EMPLOYEE RECEIVE.
Kathleen Neary, Vincent M. Powers & Associates, Lincoln

FINAL ORDERS REVISITED: WHICH ORDERS ARE FINAL AND CAN BE APPEALED.
James F. Fenlon, Law Office of James F. Fenlon, Omaha

SUBROGATION: HOW TO DEAL WITH SUBROGATION INTERESTS
Michael J. Javoronok, Michael J. Javoronok Law Firm, Scottsbluff

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: HOW NEW BILLS MAY AFFECT YOUR CLIENTS.
Julie Shipman-Burns, McCord & Burns Law Firm, Lincoln

RECENT CASES: A SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION OF THE LATEST IMPORTANT DECISIONS
Mandy L. Strigenz, Sibbernsen & Strigenz, P.C., Omaha

MOTIONS: WHAT ISSUES CAN BE THE SUBJECT OF MOTIONS AND WHAT ISSUES CANNOT BE DECIDED WITHOUT A TRIAL.
Rod Rehm, Rehm Bennett Law Firm, P.C., Lincoln

PENALTIES, INTEREST AND ATTORNEY FEES: HOW TO GET THEM AT TRIAL AND ON APPEAL.
Lee S. Loudon, Law Office of Lee S. Loudon, P.C., L.L.O., Lincoln

A VIEW FROM THE BENCH
The Honorable Ronald L. Brown, Judge, Nebraska Workers Compensation Court, Omaha