Watch the Law Unfold Before Your Eyes
What’s it all about? Comp Summit attendees will gain instruction by witnessing a live Appellate Division case – the sixth annual edition of this conference component. The appeal will be heard by a panel of Administrative Law Judges.
Case: Burgett v. Northern Maine Medical Center, Appellate Division No. 19-02
Attorney for Appellate/Employee: Justin Leary, Esq. Attorney for Appellees Northern Maine Medical Center and Synernet: Allan Muir, Esq. (orally); Anne-Marie Storey, Esq. (on the brief).
Panel: Presiding Administrative Law Judge Stovall, and Administrative Law Judges Collier, Knopf, Jerome, and Pelletier.
Summary: The issue before the panel is whether a statutory change in the minimum wage is independently sufficient to demonstrate the changed economic circumstances necessary to revisit an established payment scheme.
Why you’ll want to participate in this session.
- Gain instruction on the appellate process and, what makes for a strong oral argument.
- Through the ALJ’s questions and the replies of legal counsel, learn about a discrete area of workers’ compensation law and its potential impact on the parties and the system.
Approved for 1 SHRM, HRCI (HR) General, and Maine Attorney CLE Credit.
Applying for CCMC Credit.