About Our Webinars
Explore the Most Current Longshore Court Decisions
To Be Conducted on – November 13, 2018
1pm CST (2pm EST and 11am PST)
CE Credit Approved States: Alabama, Louisiana and Texas
CLE Credit Approved States: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas
Live Interactive Webinar Attendance Registration Only $125!
We now also offer the materials from our Webinars and/or recordings to listen and view the Webinar. The cost for materials is: $75 per webinar or $225 for all four! The cost of Recorded Webinars are: $50 per recording or $175 for all four!
You may purchase the recording for $50 plus the materials $75.00 your total $125 to increase your enjoyment of the complete webinar experience! November 13, 2018 and March 5, 2019 Webinar Recordings and Materials are now available!
Please Note: After you have made your selection and provided payment. Please allow time for the payment to process so that we may accurately provide you with your selections.
The one hour webinar will offer phone and computer/laptop access. We are requesting that all participants during the presentation to please mute your phone unless you have a question. This request is being implemented to give you a more beneficial experience.
Once you have registered, you will be provided step-by-step instructions to enter the live webinar via email within one business day. Which will entail the code to join the online session and telephone number (audio) to enter the conference call. A package of materials covering the presentation will be emailed to you no later than the morning of the webinar presentation.
This program will examine in detail the most current Longshore Decisions, reported and unreported from the Courts of Appeals and the Benefits Review Board. Additionally, we will highlight coverage for offshore and oil spill cleanup workers and what laws apply and what remedies and defenses are available. Any significant maritime cases involving the Jones Act or LHWCA extensions (Defense Base Act, Non-appropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act, etc.) will also be discussed. Changes to Longshore regulations, or the Act itself are explained, and time for interactive discussion, comments and questions is built in. It takes just an hour to catch up on the hottest cases and latest developments in the Longshore world.
- Statutory & regulatory changes
- OWCP Injury Report Project – Industry Notice 130
- OWCP District Director changes
- OALJ Changes
- Special Fund assessments
- Recent Decisions
- Courts of Appeals Longshore Decisions
- Benefits Review Board Longshore Decisions
- Jones Act & maritime personal injury cases, including 905(b) suits
- Current Maritime Event issues – personal injuries, wrongful death, insurance, and contractual issues ahead; also, limitation of liability and OPA 90 issues.