November 9, 2012
Fine-Tuning Your SSD Practice
The modern social security practice is fast changing. Spend November 27 with a panel of experts for the latest updates and critical information about this field.
Topics covered will include evaluation of psychological impairments, the interplay between workers’ compensation and social security benefits, creative solutions to unusual cases, a case law update as well as the requirements of professionalism, ethics and substance abuse.
Presenters will include Administrative Law Judge Christopher McNeil, Social Security Admin. Disability Adjudication and Review; Douglas J. Pawlarczyk, Ph.D., Pomegranate Systems in Columbus; Gregory R. Mitchell (Agee Clymer Mitchell & Laret; Mark M. Nesbit, Nesbit Law Firm; Kenneth Karlock, Cutter Hall Karlock; Eileen Goodin, Barkan Meizlish Handelman Goodin DeRose Wentz; Adrienne A. Pietropaolo and Eric B. Cameron, Agee Clymer.
This 6.0 hours CLE (with 1.0 Ethics, 1.0 Professionalism, 0.5 Substance Abuse) is CLE Easy Pass eligible, sponsored by the Social Security Disability Committee, co-chairs Julie Anne Hall and Kenneth P. Karlock; organized by Adrienne A. Pietropaolo.
Register online or call 614/221.4112.