2022 American Bar Association TIPS Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Mid-Winter Conference

March 4, 2022 at 8:00am
The Westin Canal Place, New Orleans, LA

The 2022 American Bar Association TIPS Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Mid-Winter Conference. The conference will offer panels that speak to wide-ranging topics as varied as sexual harassment as a work-related injury, the “gig” economy, ethics in legal advertising and practice, and the 50th anniversary of the National Commission on Workers’ Compensation. The panels are comprised of bright and talented practitioners and judges from around the country, each contributing their lessons and experience on the selected topic. Highlights of the meeting include a partnership with the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers for a Saturday morning program and inductee dinner, and opportunities to support Kid’s Chance as well as a local charity, Hope House, that supports mothers and children as they escape unsafe living situations.

March 4-5, 2022 - The Westin Canal Place, New Orleans, LA

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