Emerging Issues and Legislation in Maine Workers' Compensation

April 17, 2019 Seminar Materials

The workers' compensation landscape is constantly evolving, but don't worry—we've got you covered. In this webinar hosted on April 17, 2019, Verrill Dana attorneys Elizabeth Connellan Smith and Liz Johnston explored the latest issues affecting workers' compensation in Maine. From new workplace-oriented technology to proposed legislation that could overhaul aspects of the Workers' Compensation Act, tune in to this presentation, recorded live, to learn about how these trending topics might affect your organization.

Access the materials from the Emerging Issues & Legislation Maine Workers' Compensation webinar here.

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