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Price

$220 for Members
$160 for New Lawyers
$95 for MAJ Paralegal
$0 for Member CLE Benefits
$0 for CLE Passport

375 minutes
Date Published

March 1, 2019

Publisher

Minnesota Association for Justice

Subjects

Free for Member Benefits/CLE Passport/Subscription, Workers' Compensation

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Summary

2019 Workers’ Compensation Seminar
MAJ Center for Legal Education
706 Second Ave S, Suite 140
Minneapolis, MN

Duration: 375 Minutes

15 Minutes
Modernizing Workers’ Compensation for Minnesota
Brad Morse, DOLI

30 Minutes
OAH Update
Hon. Kirsten M. Tate, Office of Administrative Hearings

60 Minutes
Physiatry Perspectives: Pain, Pot, PRP, and Pass through Paddle Leads
Dr. Daniel Sipple, DO, Midwest Spine & Brain

60 Minutes
PTSD and Worker's Compensation
Renee Tucker, MS, NCC, LPCC

45 Minutes
That's Why They Call it Practicing Law
David Kempston, The Law Office of Thomas Mottaz

60 Minutes
Case Law Update
Dana Gerber, Atkinson Law Office
Joshua Laabs, Schmidt & Salita Law Team

45 Minutes
Helpful Pointers from the Other Side
Eric Hayes, Brown & Carlson
Katie Hammers, Brown & Carlson

60 Minutes
Workers' Compensation Attorney Fees
David Wulff, Law Office of David C. Wulff

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Presenters

Dana Gerber

Dana Gerber is an Associate Attorney with Atkinson Gerber Law Office, joining the firm in 2015. She received her J.D. from... Read More

Katie Hammers

Katie joined Brown & Carlson in July, 2017, as an Associate Attorney. Katie received her undergraduate degree from University... Read More

Eric Hayes

Eric is a Senior Shareholder of Brown & Carlson, joining the firm in 2006. As a trial lawyer, he has litigated and counseled... Read More

David Kempston

Mr. Kempston has been practicing law since 1992. He worked as an insurance defense attorney for four years before coming to... Read More

Josh Laabs

Josh Laabs was raised in northwestern Minnesota. He is a graduate of Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota and of Hamline... Read More

Daniel Sipple
Midwest Spine & Brain Institute

Dr. Daniel Sipple is an expert in conservative management of a variety of spinal, musculoskeletal, and pain conditions. He is... Read More

Kirsten Tate

Office of Administrative Hearings
Judge Tate has been a Workers’ Compensation Judge since 2012 and a Judge Supervisor... Read More

Renee Tucker


David Wulff

David has been practicing law since 1984. He has handled everything from the simplest of cases involving the denial of a... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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2019 Workers’ Compensation Seminar
2019 Workers’ Compensation Seminar Materials
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