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Friday, December 3, 2010

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Agenda

Recognizing Valid Liens
D. Lincoln Woodard, Esq., Moukawsher & Walsh, LLC, Hartford

  • Medicare
  • Medicare Supplement Plans
  • Federal Employee Health Benefits Liens
  • Medicaid Benefits

Medicare Set-asides - What the Future Holds for the Personal Injury Practitioner
Angelo P. Sevarino, Esq., Law Offices of Angelo Paul Sevarino, Windsor

  • MMSEA Notices
  • MSAs: What They Are and What to do With Them
  • CMS: Do You Really Have to Refer Your Settlement?
  • How to Best Incorporate New Requirements into Your Practice

Your Ethical Responsibility to Protect Valid Lien-holders – and Your Client: New Ethics Opinion on Rule 1.15(f)
Michael P. Bowler, Esq., Statewide Bar Counsel, Statewide Grievance Committee

The Ins and Outs of Medicare Set-asides
Tate Johnson, Esq., The Garretson Firm, Cincinnati, OH

  • Medicare Secondary Payer Rights and Responsibilities
  • Role of the Insurance Carrier and Plaintiff’s Lawyers
  • How to Negotiate Settlements in Liability Cases in Light of the Secondary Payer Act
  • Post Judgment hearings under Audubon Parking Associates Ltd. Partnership v. Barclay & Stubbs, Inc., 225 Conn. 804, 811, 626 A.2d 729 (1993).

Submit Your Case Specific Questions in Advance and Get Advice from Our Expert Panel!

Michael Bowler, Esq., Statewide Bar Counsel, Statewide Grievance Committee
Andrew Groher, Esq., RisCassi & Davis, PC, Hartford
Tate Johnson, Esq., The Garretson Firm, Cincinnati, OH
Douglas Mahoney, Esq., Tremont & Sheldon, PC, Bridgeport
Angelo Sevarino, Esq., Law Offices of Angelo Paul Sevarino, Windsor
William Sweeney Jr., Esq., Sweeney & Griffen, New Britain
D. Lincoln Woodard, Esq., Moukawsher & Walsh, LLC, Hartford

This program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys and has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 4.5 credit hours, of which 4 credit hours can be applied towards the Skills requirement and .5 hours can be applied towards the Ethics requirement.

The Civil Justice Foundation offers adjusted seminar registration fees for members who require financial assistance. Discounts will be granted at the discretion of the CLE Director. Please contact CLE Director Diana Roe for a confidential discussion.

Materials will be provided via web link prior to the seminar and a CD-ROM of materials will be provided AT the seminar. Hard copies may be purchased for an additional charge.

Speakers

William J. Sweeney, Jr., Esq. (chair) Law Offices of William J. Sweeney Jr, LLC
Michael P. Bowler, Esq. Statewide Bar Counsel - Statewide Grievance Committee
John Cattie Garretson Firm Resolution Group, Inc.
Andrew S. Groher, Esq. RisCassi & Davis, PC
Douglas P. Mahoney, Esq. Robinson Mahoney PLLC
Angelo P. Sevarino, Esq. Law Office of Angelo Paul Sevarino
Lincoln Woodard, Esq. Walsh Woodard LLC

CLE Credits

This Continuing Legal Education program is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys, and has been approved for the following credits in accordance with the rule requirements of these states:

Skills
Connecticut 4.00 cr

Venue

441 Clark Ln., Orange CT 06477

Additional Information

 

ARE MEDICARE SET-ASIDES SLOWING YOUR ABILITY TO SETTLE YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CASES? HELP IS ON THE WAY! This program is a MUST for ALL attorneys – learn what the Medicare requirements REALLY are and receive practical tips for settling cases efficiently, effectively and legally.

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