2017 Workers' Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis

August 2017 Published Works

Elizabeth Connellan Smith contributed the "Maine emerging trends" section of the 2017 edition of Workers' Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis, published as a part of the Larson Series. The book is an essential tool for the insurance industry, corporate risk managers, policy makers, and lawyers to understand what changes are being contemplated on the national level as well as in key states.

More information and a link to purchase the 2017 edition of Workers' Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis is available on the LexisNexis store website.

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