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Current Issues in Workplace Safety and Insurance Law - May 28, 2014

Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 | 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Location: 20 Toronto Street Conferences and Events                 2nd Floor | Toronto, ON | M5C 2B8

Attend one of the OBA’s most unique CLE programs and ensure that you are on top of the latest changes and developments in Workplace Safety and Insurance Law and Policy. This hugely popular annual review of current issues and practical strategies features an expert faculty of leading counsel, and medical expert Dr. Michel Lacerte, who will give you the insights, background and tools you need to provide superior representation for your clients at the WSIB and WSIAT.

You will walk away with:

Practical tips for dealing with the new WSIB policies including the proposed Benefits Policies

A clear understanding of the medical tests on a neck examination, and assessing pre-existing conditions

Expert advice on the law of evidence

An explanation of the WSIB’s new approach to adjudicating psychological issues including psychotraumatic disability and chronic pain claims

A guide for understanding when workplace violence, disasters and assaults are workplace accidents

Strategies for dealing with self-represented parties, vexatious litigants, and vulnerable parties

Our annual update on important new WSIAT Decisions

This program sold out weeks in advance last year!

REGISTER NOW to take advantage of this unique opportunity to get up to date on the latest developments in workplace safety and insurance law. We look forward to seeing you there!


To view the full Program Agenda, please CLICK HERE.

Managing & Appealing Complex WSIB Claims - March 26, 2014

When employers encounter complex, costly and poorly or incorrectly adjudicated claims, it often causes them to give up, accepting the outcome as inevitable. Cézanne will discuss how to persist with these challenging claims (all the way up the Appeals ladder). Attendees will learn about proactive, collaborative & effective Claims Management Tools to assist with moving claims towards successful Return to Work, Appeals, or Work Transition Services, while keeping costs as low as possible.