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Getting Started in Longshore/DBA Series – How To Present Strong Claims (Part 3)

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Price

$75 for Guest Group
$50 for WILG Members & Staff

75 minutes
Date Published

December 11, 2018

Publisher

Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group

Subjects

LHWCA/DBA, Longshore

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Summary

Learn about the process of trying Longshore and DBA cases before the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Judges. This webinar will focus on using the OALJ regulations to gather your best evidence and give you tips for presenting it to the Administrative Law Judges. After this webinar you will know the answers to:

1. How Do I Request a Transfer to the OALJ?
2. How Do I Conduct Discovery?
3. What Kinds of Evidence Make for Strong Cases?
4. What Happens At Hearing?
5. What Should Go In My Post-Hearing Brief?
6. Resources to Help You Out.

This is Part 3 of a three part series to help introduce you to the Longshore/DBA practice. Please join us for Part 1 – Legal Underpinnings and Part 2 – How Claims Work. This series will give you basic knowledge of how these claims work and what you need to do to be successful in this practice area. This webinar is great for legal staff and attorneys new to Longshore/DBA claims.

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Presenters

Amie C. Peters

WILG Past-President.

Amie C. Peters is a duly licensed attorney in Washington. Her practice emphasizes... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Getting Started in Longshore/DBA Series – How To Present Strong Claims (Part 3) - Video
Getting Started in Longshore/DBA Series – How To Present Strong Claims (Part 3) - Handout
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