Swift Currie hosts educational seminars and lunch programs throughout the year for our clients that are free of charge and usually offer continuing education credit hours. In addition, our attorneys are frequent presenters at numerous local, regional and national industry events. By visiting the seminars page and speaking engagements page, you can view a list of upcoming programs.
Rusty Watts and Anandhi Rajan will be speaking as panel members at the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association National Seminar in San Diego, California, March 1 - 3. Rusty will be speaking on a panel entitled "Showcase Showdown Between Workers' Compensation and Federal Laws" discussing ADA, FMLA and Workers' Comp laws. Anandhi will be speaking on a panel entitled "The Transforming Workplace - It is Not a Dating Game" addressing recent developments and what to expect in the year ahead regarding protections afforded to LGBTQ employees under Title VII, the EEOC and state laws and how the courts have responded.
Mark E. Irby will be speaking at the Central Alabama Association of Occupational Health Nurses (CAAOHN) Conference on March 10, 2017. He will be speaking on "A Cry for Help: Did These Tears 'Arise Out Of' or 'In the Course of' Employment?"
Mark Goodman will be speaking on "How to Prevent Delays in Medical Treatment" during the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation Regional Seminar. He will be discussing "Hot Topics" in Workers' Compensation including telecommuting, settlements, delays in medical treatments and medical marijuana.This educational training program will provide valuable information for employers and self-insured employers, human resource and risk managers, claims adjusters, rehabilitation specialists, medical service providers and workers' compensation attorneys. The program will include presentations regarding new developments at the State Board, legislative and case law developments and updates on Board Rules.
Mark T. Dietrichs will be speaking at the Georgia Fire Investigators Association (GFIA) Seminar on March 23, 2017. He will be speaking on "Report Writing for the Fire Investigator."
Brad Holcombe will be speaking at the Atlanta Claims Association (ACA) Seminar on April 27, 2017. He will be participating in a panel discussion addressing topics such as how to defend a claim brought by an undocumented worker, the types of problems unique to an undocumented worker, return to work issues, medical issues and settlements. Brad will also be writing a paper as supplemental material entitled, "Defending Claims With Undocumented Workers."