Disbursements 2017: Not Your Business As Usual
Program Chairs Julie Bell and Whitney Butcher have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements. The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, Workers' Comp liens in third party cases, Medicare disbursements, Medicaid, the NC SEHP, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!
Registration includes seminar materials (in electronic format), 6.0 CLE hours (including 1.0 ethics).
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TOPICS & SPEAKERS
8:00 am Registration
8:55 am Welcoming Remarks by Program Chairs -
Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem
Whitney Butcher, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh
9:00 am ERISA "Liens" Post Montanile
Drew Brown, Benson, Brown & Faucher, PLLC, Greensboro
9:30 am Estates and Disbursements
Helen Ruth Harwell, Harwell Law Firm, P.A., Charlotte
10:00 am State Employees Health Plan and Other Government Liens
10:30 am Break
10:45 am Disbursements and Workers' Comp Liens in Third Party Cases
Charles "Mac" Sasser, The Sasser Law Firm, P.A., Charlotte
11:30 am Medicaid: Can You Hear Me Now?
Chris Nichols, Nichols Law Firm, Raleigh
12:15 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Medicare: The Commercial Repayment Center (aka The Black Hole of Medicare) and Addressing Medicare Advantage Plans
2:15 pm Poacher or Proper?: Debt Collection Issues in Disbursments
John O'Neal, O'Neal Law Office, Greensboro
3:00 pm Break
3:15 pm Out-of-State Medical Providers: Milk It For All It's Worth
D. Tyler Nabors, Crumley Roberts, Attorneys at Law, Greensboro
3:45 pm Ethics of Settlements and Disbursements
Warren Savage, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of NC, Cary
All of our seminar materials are PAPERLESS! Please be on the lookout for an email 72 hours prior to the seminar that includes an electronic link to the seminar materials to download and print. Paper copies of the manuscript are available for an additional $35 and must be pre-ordered. You will receive them when you check-in to the seminar. Paper copies must be ordered by February 17th. This option will not be available after this date; extra copies will not be available for purchase on-site.
This seminar will also be WEBCAST LIVE!
If you can't attend in person, join us online. Watch the seminar from the comfort of your home or office with no travel time, no traffic hassles. To register for the live webcast go to http://ncaj.fastcle.com/ or call 866.702.3278. Please note that if you register for the Live Webcast, you will NOT be registered to attend the seminar in person.
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Cancellations received one week prior to the seminar date are refunded less a $35 service charge. Refunds cannot be given after this date. Substitutions are welcomed and may be made until the date of the seminar. For registrants who wish to transfer their registration to another NCAJ seminar, transfer requests received by 12:00 noon the third working day prior to the seminar are subject to a $50 transfer fee. Transfer requests received after this time are subject to a $110 transfer fee. Registrations may be transferred once and only to seminars scheduled through June 30, 2017.
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