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COVID-19 and the Return to Work: Cal-OSHA, Workers’ Compensation, Claims Handling, and Other Employment Pitfalls

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Date Published

June 2, 2020

Publisher

Sonoma County Bar Association

Subjects

COVID-19, General Law, Labor & Employment

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Summary

This panel discussion will focus on some of the consequences of bringing employees back to work, and the interplay between Cal-OSHA safety protocols and reporting requirements, California’s Executive Order on 3/19/20 regarding workers’ compensation presumed coverage for employees who contract COVID-19, coverage issues and other implications and outcomes of the Executive Order, and related employee claims.

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Presenters

Valorie Bader
Welty, Weaver & Currie

Ms. Bader has practiced in the areas of employment and business counseling, training, and employment litigation since 1986.... Read More

Anne Hernandez, LLP
Mullen & Filippi

Ms. Hernandez has been a Senior Partner at Mullen in Filippi since 1997. She has been the Managing Partner of the Santa Rosa... Read More

Ms. Nancy Price-Cort
CIC, CPIW, CRM - Don Ramatici Insurance, Inc.

Ms. Nancy Price-Cort is a lifelong insurance professional with over 30 years’ experience serving the business insurance needs... Read More

Lisa Prince
The Prince Law Firm

Ms. Prince has represented employers in OSHA and Cal/OSHA matters for more than seventeen years. Lisa was a partner at Walter... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

COVID-19 and the Return to Work - Video
COVID-19 and the Return to Work - Presentation
COVID-19 and the Return to Work - Evaluation Form
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Credit

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