1 Legal Seminars Representative presentations by Vernon Sumwalt Update on the Industrial Commission s Rulemaking Under the Administrative Procedures Act and Workers Compensation Case Law Update, 2013 Convention, including the Summer Conference for Paralegals (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, June 15 and 16, 2013). New Workers Comp Rules, 18 th Annual Workers Comp Roundtable (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, April 12, 2013). Panel Discussion: Ramifications of the Year s Most Important Appellant Court Decisions, Workplace Torts & Workers Comp (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, December 7, 2012). Case Law Update, 17 th Annual North Carolina Workers Compensation Educational Conference (N.C. Industrial Commission, October 12, 2012) (presented with Bruce Hamilton). Learning the Ropes Workers Compensation Basics (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, October 5, 2012) (presented Introduction to Workers Compensation Law and Evaluating a Claim for Representation). What s New in Social Security Disability and Medicare, The Law of Workers Compensation in SC 2012 Update (SC Bar, September 21, 2012). Convention 2012 (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, June 16-20, 2012) (Convention Co- Chair) (presented Attendant Care section of workers compensation case law review on June 19, 2012). Workers Comp: Legislative Update and How this New Legislation Affects Paralegals, Spring Seminar for Paralegals (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, March 14, 2012). 17 th Annual Workers Comp Roundtable (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, March 2, 2012) (Program Chair). Ramifications of the Year s Most Important Appellate Court Decisions (panel discussion), 18 th Annual Workplace Torts and Workers Compensation (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, December 2, 2011).
2 Getting the Math Right: Handling Liens and Medicare Set Asides, Workplace Injuries and Conditions: 2011 Basics of Workers Compensation (North Carolina Bar Association, November 10, 2011). Practice Tips for Dealing with the New Law in Existing Cases and Evaluating Claims Arising on or after , Roundtable on 2011 Changes to the Workers Compensation Act (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, October 28, 2011). Social Security Disability and Workers Compensation, 16 th Annual North Carolina Workers Compensation Educational Conference (North Carolina Industrial Commission, October 19, 2011). Convention 2011 (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, June 18-22, 2011) (Convention Co- Chair) (moderated Greatest Wins and Greatest Losses presentations and introduced Keynote Speaker Erin Brockovich). The Dangers of Confidentiality Agreements and Properly Drafting Social Security Disability Offset Language (panel member), Workers Compensation Roundtable (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, March 4, 2011). Occupational Diseases (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, January 28, 2011) (seminar planner and moderator, presenter). Effective Methods for Claim Resolution, Overcoming Common Ethical Hurdles Faced by Workers Compensation Attorneys, and Overcoming Post- Resolution Challenges, Workers Comp Law Update (National Business Institute, December 13, 2010). Medicare Panel, Workplace Torts & Workers Compensation (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, December 3, 2010). Client Intake in Workers Compensation Cases, 2010 Convention (South Carolina Injured Workers Advocates, November 6, 2010). The Language of Mediate Settlement Agreements and Clinchers: Protecting Your Clients (Belli Nugget Presentation), Mountain Magic (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, October 16, 2010). Getting the Math Right: Handling Liens & Set Asides, Accidents Happen 2010 Basics of Workers Compensation (North Carolina Bar Association, October 1, 2010) (Seminar Planner). Allocation of Third Party Proceeds, Tips for Successfully Negotiating a Settlement (for Both Sides), ERISA and Medicare Interplay with Workers Compensation Who Pays Medical Claims? Workers Compensation Subrogation (National Business Institute, September 16, 2010).
3 Coordination of Workers Compensation Benefits with Short- Term Disability, Long- Term Disability, Social Security Disability, Unemployment Compensation, and Medicare, Advanced Workers Compensation (National Business Institute, September 14, 2010). Coordination of Workers Compensation With Social Security Disability, Handling a Social Security Disability Case (National Business Institute, July 22, 2010). Workers Compensation Belli Nuggets Ten Do and Don t Tips for Trying Attendant Care Cases, 2010 Convention (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, June 22, 2010). Breakout Moderator, 15 th Annual Workers Comp Roundtable (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, March 5, 2010). Is There any Law Regarding Occupational Disease? and Medicare/Social Security: Do I Really Have to Deal with Them in My Workers Compensation Case? Occupational Disease Before the North Carolina Industrial Commission (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, January 29, 2010) (Program Planner). Handling Family Law Issues under the North Carolina Workers Compensation Act Alimony, Child Support, and Equitable Distribution, 16 th Annual Workplace Torts and Workers Compensation (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, December 4, 2009). Medicare Set- Asides and the Motor Vehicle Case What You Don t Know Will Hurt You, The 2009 South Carolina Automobile Update (South Carolina Bar, October 23, 2009). Workers Compensation Law Update (National Business Institute, October 13, 2009). Let s Talk Rehab (Plaintiff s Perspective), 14 th Annual North Carolina Workers Compensation Educational Conference (North Carolina Industrial Commission, October 8, 2009). Getting the Math Right: Handling Liens & Set Asides, 2009 Basics of Workers Compensation (North Carolina Bar Association, October 2, 2009). Workers Compensation, Beyond the Elements II: South Carolina Damages from A to Z (South Carolina Bar, September 25, 2009). Coordination of Workers Compensation with (1) Social Security Disability, (2) Short- Term and Long- Term Disability, (3) Unemployment, and (4) Medicare (National Business Institute, September 11, 2009). Coordination of Workers Compensation with (1) Social Security Disability, (2) Short- Term and Long- Term Disability, (3) Unemployment, and (4) Medicare, Advanced Workers Compensation in North Carolina (Sterling Education Services, Inc., June 16, 2009).
4 Evidence- Based Medicine, 14 th Annual Workers Compensation Roundtable (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, March 6, 2009). Sources of Coverage (Workers Compensation), Sources of Coverage: Exploring the Maze of Insurance Law (North Carolina Advocates for Justice, January 15, 2009). Advanced Workers Compensation (National Business Institute, December 10, 2008). Exclusive Remedy is Not the Only Game in Town: How to Maximize Recoveries in Workers Compensation Cases, Injured Workers Advocates 26 th Annual Convention (South Carolina Injured Workers Advocates, November 6-8, 2008). Getting the Math Right: Handling Liens and Set Asides, Basics of Workers Compensation (North Carolina Bar Association, October 17, 2008). Workers Compensation Update (National Business Institute, October 1, 2008). Social Security/Medicare Issues, Dissecting a Workers Compensation Case (South Carolina Bar, September 5, 2008). Reimbursement Claims in Workers Compensation Cases, Liens, Liens, and More Liens: Resolving Claims of Subrogation and Reimbursement 2008 (South Carolina Bar, May 2, 2008). Settlement Demands, Future Medicals, and Attendant Care, 13 th Annual Workers Comp Roundtable (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, March 7, 2008). Calculating Compensatory Earnings and the Interplay Between Benefits: Coordination of Workers Compensation With Other Benefits, Advanced Workers Compensation (Sterling Education Services, Inc., March 4, 2008). Getting Ahead of the Comp etition: Key Issues in Workers Compensation law (North Carolina Bar Association, February 15-16, 2008) (Program Planner). Advanced Workers Compensation (National Business Institute, December 12, 2007). Medicare Panel and Questions and Workers Compensation Liens Update, 14 th Annual Workplace Torts and Workers Comp (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, December 7, 2007). The Workers Compensation Claim and Interplay Between Benefits WC, SSD, UC, Medicare, Long- Term Disability, Fundamentals of Workers Compensation (Sterling Education Services, Inc., October 16, 2007).
5 Handling a Social Security Disability Case (National Business Institute, October 11, 2007). Ethical Contacts with Treating Physicians and Other Parties in Workers Compensation Claims, 12 th Annual North Carolina Workers Compensation Educational Conference (North Carolina Industrial Commission, October 10, 2007). Getting the Math Right: Handling Liens and Set- Asides, A is for Accident: A Workers Compensation Primer (North Carolina Bar Association, October 5, 2007). Workers Compensation Law Update (National Business Institute, October 4, 2007). Drafting Opinions and Awards that Will Survive on Appeal, Workers Comp Roundtable 2007 (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, March 16, 2007). The Devil is in the Details: Hot Topics in Workers Compensation Law (North Carolina Bar Association, February 16-17, 2007) (Moderator/Program Planner). Medicare Panel with Q&A, 13 th Annual Workplace Torts and Workers Comp (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, December 1, 2006). (1) Preparing for the Pre- Hearing Conference and (2) Calculation of Compensation Ratings and Settlements, Workers Compensation Hearings: Techniques and Strategies for Success (National Business Institute, October 19, 2006). Concurrent Receipt of Workers Compensation, Social Security, and Medicare Benefits, Advanced Workers Compensation (Sterling Education Services, September 26, 2006). North Carolina Workers Comp Update 2006 (Council on Education and Management, August 16, 2006). Proving Causation in Injury Cases, Workers Compensation Roundtable (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, March 3, 2006). Medicare Set- Asides in Personal Injury Litigation, Disbursements 2006 (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, February 24, 2006). Medicare Set- Asides in Personal Injury Litigation, Disbursements 2006 (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, January 20, 2006). Advanced Workers Compensation in North Carolina (National Business Institute, December 12, 2005). Workers Comp Liens N.C. Gen. Stat Update, 12 th Annual Workplace Torts and Workers Compensation (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, December 2, 2005).
6 Interplay Between Benefits Workers Comp, Social Security Disability, Medicare, Long- Term Disability, Unemployment Compensation, and Average Weekly Wage, Advanced Workers Compensation in North Carolina (Sterling Education Service, November 15, 2005). The In s and Out s of a Workers Comp Practice, Practical Skills for New (and Not- So- New) Attorneys (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, September 15, 2005). Getting Maximum Benefits for Your Social Security Disability Clients in North Carolina (National Business Institute, July 13, 2005). Medicare Set- Asides for Personal Injury Cases, NCATL Convention 2005 (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, June 21, 2005). What Every Workers Compensation Paralegal Should Know About Medicare and Social Security Disability, Claimant and Defense Attorneys Paralegal/Legal Assistant Seminar (South Carolina Workers Compensation Educational Association and the South Carolina Workers Compensation Commission, May 20, 2005). CMS and Medicare Set- Asides and Allocations: Where Do We Stand Now? 10 th Annual Workers Comp Roundtable (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, March 4, 2005). Woody: Where to Go From Here? (The Plaintiff s Perspective), Workers Compensation 2005: Navigating the Workplace Maze 10 th Annual Workers Compensation Section Meeting (North Carolina Bar Association, February 18, 2005). Workers Compensation in North Carolina (National Business Institute, August 31, 2004). Handling a Social Security Case in North Carolina (National Business Institute, July 19, 2004). Defending Workers Compensation Claims in North Carolina: A View from Both the Claimants and Defense Attorneys (Claimants Perspective), North Carolina Workers Comp Update 2004 (Council on Education and Management, May 4, 2004). Medicare, HIPAA, and Other Things You Don t Find in Chapter 97, Advanced Workers Compensation: Meeting the Challenges of a Changing Workplace / 9 th Annual Workers Compensation Meeting (North Carolina Bar Association, February 20-21, 2004) (paper only). Current Status of Credits under G.S , 10 th Annual Workplace Torts & Workers Compensation (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, December 5, 2003). Advanced Workers Compensation in North Carolina (National Business Institute, November 3, 2003).
7 The In s and Out s of a Workers Comp Practice (Overview of Statutory Benefits), Practical Trial Skills for New (and Not- So- New) Attorneys (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, September 12, 2003). A Continuation of the Medicare Forum and Its Impact on the Workers Compensation System, Workers Compensation Committee Program (American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law, August 11, 2003) (paper only). Knight, Willey, Arp, and More: How Should We Change our Practices? NCATL Convention 2003 (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, June 17, 2003). Where Am I and Where Do I File the Claim? Comparing Other Jurisdictions North Carolina, South Carolina Workers Compensation Law: Take It From the Top (South Carolina Bar, May 30, 2003). Legal Ethics for Legal Assistants, Basics of Legal Assisting in North Carolina (Half- Moon Seminars, April 25, 2003). Workers Compensation in North Carolina (National Business Institute, May 16, 2003). Ethical Issues Related to Workers Compensation, Social Security Disability, and Personal Injury Litigation, Legal Ethics in North Carolina (Lorman Educational Services, February 21, 2003). Medicare, Medicare, and More Medicare (Or, Things that Go Bump in Your Workers Compensation Case), Workers Compensation: Unraveling the Mystery/ 8 th Annual Workers Compensation Section Annual Meeting (North Carolina Bar Association, February 21-22, 2003) (paper only). Advanced Workers Compensation in North Carolina (National Business Institute, November 19, 2002). Statutory Liens, 2002 South Carolina Automobile Insurance Update (South Carolina Bar, October 25, 2002). The In s and Out s of a Workers Comp Practice (Overview of Statutory Benefits), You ve Passed the Bar... Now What? Practical Trial Skills (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, September 5-6, 2002). Workers Compensation in North Carolina (National Business Institute, May 3, 2002). The In s and Out s of Workers Comp Practice (Overview of Statutory Benefits), Practical Skills for New (and Not- So- New) Attorneys (North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, August 23-24, 2001).
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