Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. on the day of the seminar and includes emailed link to program materials, continental breakfast both days, refreshments and two beverages at the WAJ cocktail reception Friday evening.
Seminar written materials will be distributed in advance by secure link on our website and at the program in hard copy for an additional $35 charge. If you would prefer a hard copy of the written materials at the seminar, please be sure to select the correct registration option and register by June 25, 2014.
At-the-door registrations will incur a $20 surcharge.
Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the start of the program. Refunds are subject to a $15 service charge.
Special Worker's Comp Program
For invited members only, there will be a free-flowing discussion on Friday, July 11 from 10:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. For more information, click here.
This seminar has been approved for 7.0 CLE Credits, including 1.0 Ethics, by the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners.
Credit is still pending with the Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education.
Confirmation of credit will appear in written materials and on our website, www.wisjustice.org. WAJ will provide certificates of attendance upon request.
Optional Recreational Activities
WAJ offers several optional recreational activities to help you, your spouse and guests to enjoy your time in Door County:
- Annual Golf Tournament – Friday afternoon.
- Held at the Orchards Golf Course. Registration fee includes green fees, golf cart and refreshments. ($75 per person)
- Family Luncheon – Friday afternoon
- Planned by the Women’s Caucus for all attendees and their families. The luncheon will be held in the Carrington Pub and Grill located at the Landmark Resort.
- WAJ Cocktail Reception – Friday evening
- Seminar registration includes admission for you and a guest to the Friday WAJ Cocktail Reception, 6:30 – 8:30 at the Landmark Resort. After a full day of seminar education and some fun in the sun, relax and enjoy our Cocktail Reception with a cash bar featuring an awards presentation for the Golf Tournament Winners.
Edward E. Robinson, Cannon & Dunphy, S.C., Brookfield
Taping the DME – A Dispute that Never Ends
Bruce R. Bachhuber, Hanaway Ross, SC, Green Bay
A Female Hippopotamus Is Not A HIPAA: Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability and Personal Injury Law – Traps to Avoid
Matthew R. Falk, Falk Legal Group, Milwaukee
Federal Court Practice – To Do or Taboo?
Eric M. Knobloch, Gruber Law Ofc LLC, Milwaukee
2 Crashes/1 Case: Pleading & Verdict Crafting for
the Unlucky Double Crash Client
Ann S. Jacobs, Jacobs Injury Law SC, Milwaukee
Medicare Set Aside Accounts: My Journey Through The Maze
Anthony J. Skemp, Domnitz & Skemp, SC, Milwaukee
Negligent Entrustment Claims
Theresa B. Laughlin, Habush Habush & Rottier SC, Wausau
2014 Ethics Update
Jeremy Levinson, Halling & Cayo, Milwaukee
Short and Long Term Disability Benefits – What You Need To Know
Danielle Schroder, Hawks Quindel SC, Madison
Insurance Issues in Dog Bite Cases
Kathryn Harrell, Lawton & Cates SC, Madison
Probate and Personal Injury: A Primer on Basic Probate Procedures
Amanda Pirt Meyer, Hupy & Abraham SC, Madison
WI: 7.0 CLE Credits, including 1.0 Ethics
MN: Approved for 5.75 Credits, including 1.0 Ethics