Approved CLE Courses for Workers’ Compensation Certification

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Seminar Title:   CLE Credits Approved by SCWCC:
     
Courtroom Medicine: Addressing back and hip claims and the interplay between the two, including new technologies with case study analysis and procedure video   7.0 Hours
     
A Lawyer’s Primer on Expert Witnesses: When To Use Them, How To Find Them, and How To Effectively Use Them   1.5 Trial Hours & 0.5 Ethic Hour
     
Ethics Pitfalls for New and Not-So-New Attorneys   2.0 Ethic Hours
     
Lawyer Ethics in a Corporate Setting: Corporate Counsel for the 21st Century   2.0 Ethic Hours
     
Medicaid/Medicare Primer   1.5 Hours
     
There Oughta Be a Law: How to Identify, Define, and Properly Litigate Civil Causes of Action in Connecticut   2.0 Hours
     
Payor and Medical Provider Guidelines   4.0 Hours
     
Courtroom Medicine: A Thorough Medical Review of the Anatomy/Physiology of the Neck and Shoulder and a Discussion of Post-injury Treatment Options and the Interplay Between the Two Body Parts   7.0 Hours (includes 1.0 hour ethics credit)
     
Deposition Practice and Procedure: How to Take and Use Depostion Testimony Effectively   1.0 Hour
     
Vocational Options and the Osterlund Claimant: Can your Claimant Really Work?   4.0 Hours
     
Practicing Law in Compliance with Ethics Standards   4.0 Hours (Approved 4.0 hours ethics credit)
     
Workers' Compensation Practice: Supreme Court Caselaw   2.0 Hours
     
The State of the State in Workers' Compensation: Dealing with SIF, AAGs, and GAB Robins   4.5 Hours
     
Pain Management and Work-related Injuries   2.0 Hours
     
Sick of School? Indoor Air Quality and Mold: Litigation in Public Schools and Beyond   1.0 Hour
     
Joint Replacement Surgery: New Treatment Options with Noted Physicians; Ethical, Medical, and Legal Issues from Workers’ Compensation Commission Chair   6.0 Hours
     
Workers' Compensation Settlements with Medicare Implications   2.0 Hours
     
Select Developments in Labor Law and Practice   1.5 Hours
     
ERISA Claim Litigation 101   3.5 Hours
     
Ethical Traps and Landmines for the Unwary Workers' Compensation Practitioner: Practical Tips on Related Employment Issues   2.5 Hours Ethics
     
Lumbar Fusions—Procedures and Alternatives: The Role of Doctors, Attorneys, and Claims Handlers   5.5 Hours (includes 1 hour ethics credit)