A series of articles emphasizing practical
knowledge you can't find in practice guides
and interviews with experts who share
their techniques for effective and efficient
case management


How To Do It: Articles, Interviews &
Practice Tips

Articles emphasizing practical knowledge you can't find in practice guides

People Who Made A Difference
Profiles of people who changed workers’ compensation law.

White Papers

Letters to the Editors

Meet the Editors
Warren Schneider
Marjory Harris






In Coming Issues:
How to Review Surveillance Videos: what to look for, organizing data, case and issue-specific tips and Excel worksheet

Using Subpoenaed Records in Structured Settlements and Social Security Cases: Interviews with Experts

Effective Use of Declarations

December Issue / 2005

In this issue, we explore a new method for determining permanent disability under
revised Labor Code §4660. We also help you organize and review subpoenaed
records in workers' compensation cases.

Proving Permanent Disability Under New
Labor Code §4660:
Interview with Tom Martin, Esq.

Determining Diminished Earning Capacity in the
California Workers' Compensation Program:

The "SEDEC" Method: Robert Hall, Ph.D., CRC, CDMS

The Subpoenaed Records Are Here–
What Do You Do With Them?

Plus, Excel Organizers

People Who Made a Difference:
Interview with Jettie Pierce Selvig, Esq.

A Defense Attorney's Take on
the New Law:
Interview with
John Parente, Esq.

Smoking Gun
A series of“war stories”
and practice tips.

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your own war stories.

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