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Litigation waivers, Assumption of Risk, and the General-Special Employee: Third Friday Podcast


Host Christian Sison welcomes guest Christoper Major to this episode of Third Fridays for a follow-up discussion on the Appellate Division and Supreme Court’s decision in Vitale v. Schering Plough containing an analysis of contracts of employment where an employee waives the right to pursue damages when injured by the acts of the employer’s client or customer. Continue reading Litigation waivers, Assumption of Risk, and the General-Special Employee: Third Friday Podcast

Video: Maximizing Recovery via Reimbursement and Subrogation Under New Jersey Section 40

Attorneys Christopher Major and Greg Lois present a webinar on carrier recovery through reimbursement and subrogation under New Jersey’s Section 40 (N.J.S.A. 34:15-40). They discuss the impact of recent cases, such as the December 11, 2017 Supreme Court decision in Vitale v. Schering Plough and the November 22, 2017 Appellate Decision in Pino v. Polanco. The attorneys discuss reimbursement to the carrier/employer from the proceeds of civil actions as well as tactics for maximizing recovery – including practical negotiation tips for dealing with plaintiff’s attorneys who always demand a lien reduction to “1/3rd.”

Subject: New Jersey, Workers’ Compensation Law, Exposure, Permanency, MMI
Date Presented: December 26, 2017
Presenter(s): Christopher Major and Greg Lois
Run time: 29:42

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